Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship

The minor in innovation management and entrepreneurship is designed for students who will one day own their own business, innovate within a large firm or provide advice and goods or services to a small firm.  The minor provides students with the tools to identify and evaluate business opportunities, develop and execute a business concept and determine what resources are required to effectively manage a new venture.

In addition to fulfilling all the basic requirements for a minor (see Minor Fields of Study), students declaring a minor in innovation management and entrepreneurship must complete 18 credits including BUS 149, 247 and 249.  The remaining 9 credits can be selected from BUS 348, 449, 450; EGR 325, 326.  All pre-requisites for these courses must be met.

The College of Business Administration administers this program; interested students should contact Professor Nancy Forster-Holt.