Minor in Entrepreneurship (ENTRP)
Sample Semester Sequence
|Fifth Semester (05)|
|ENTR 300: Principles of Entrepreneurship||3|
|Sixth Semester (06)|
|ENTR 320: Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation||3|
|Seventh Semester (07)|
|ENTR 400: Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures OR ENGL 419:|
Advanced Business Writing
|Eighth Semester (08)|
|ENTR 410: Entrepreneurial Marketing||3|
Bold type indicates courses requiring a grade of C or higher.
Italics type indicate courses that satisfy both major and General Education requirements.
Italic Bold type indicate courses requiring a grade of C or
higher that satisfy both major and General Education requirements.
GWS, GHA, GQ, GN, GA, GH and GS are codes used to identify General Education
US, IL are codes used to designate courses that satisfy the University's United
States and International Cultures requirements. Students are required to
complete 3 credits in each area, and often these courses can "double-count" with
General Education selections, typically in the GA, GH, GS categories, or with
W is the code used to designate courses that satisfy the University's Writing
Across the Curriculum requirement.
FYS is the code used to designate courses that satisfy the First-Year Seminar
requirement. Note that students who began their studies Summer 2009 or
later may not be required to complete a FYS course. Check with your
advisor for clarification.
Ms. Donna Bon
Instructor in Entrepreneurship
Business and Engineering
Office: 202 Sheetz Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence