Minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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Whether you're applying for a dream job, changing the world, or launching a venture, mastering innovation and having an entrepreneurial mindset will help you get there.

Consider a minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship if:

  • You want to compliment your current program of study with a set of skills and a vibrant community of peers who want to build, create and innovate
  • You want to add value to any organization you join
  • You might want to start your own venture now, or in the future
  • You want to tackle complex problems and have an impact on others
  • You want to explore your passions and see where it leads you

Rekindle your creativity, discover your passion, develop entrepreneurial skills, and connect with others in ways that will serve you long after you graduate.

Required Courses:

  • ENTR 2301 - Innovation and the Entrepreneurial Experience
  • ENTR 3302 - Creativity for Entrepreneurial Practice

Four of the following:

  • COMP 1207 - Introduction to Digital Technologies
  • ENTR 3305 - The Art of the Pitch
  • ENTR 3350 - Spearheading and Navigating Product Launch
  • ENTR 3360 - How Technology Enables Innovation
  • ENTR 3370 - Society, Innovation and Enterprise
  • ENTR 3730 - Special Topics in Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • ENTR 4332 - Venture Launch
  • ENTR 4343 - Growing the Enterprise
  • ENTR 4344 - Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • ENTR 4420 - DNA of Buying, Selling and Business Development
  • ENTR 4433 - Business Plan Development *
  • SINV 3305 - Agents of Social Change
  • Any other 3000 or 4000 level ENTR course**

* This course requires one or more prerequisites outside of the minor.
** Students can only choose one additional ENTR 3000 or 4000 level course to complete this requirement

Note: Students wishing to focus their minor in a particular area should consult with an advisor prior to selecting their option courses.