Entrepreneurship - Minor

The entrepreneurship minor fosters development of a creative, visionary mindset and spirit and prepares students to be opportunity seekers and creators that identify, evaluate, and implement innovative, value-added solutions. The entrepreneurship minor requires a total of 15 credit hours to consist of 6 hours of foundational courses that are common across all clusters plus 6 hours of discipline-specific courses and a 3-hour capstone experience. The minor includes discipline-specific course clusters intended to aid students’ course selection. Course clusters are not restrictive. Students may select courses within a single cluster or across multiple clusters to best meet their interests and professional goals.

Foundational Courses
Select 6 hours from the following: 16
Introduction to Agricultural Economics
Establishing Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Networks I
Directed Studies 2, 3
Food and Agricultural Sales 2
Special Topics in... (Faulkner Entrepreneurship Lecture Series)
Special Topics in... (Faulkner Entrepreneurship Lecture Series)
Entrepreneurial Small Business 2
Consumer Behavior 2
Professional Selling 2
Innovation and Product Management 2
Entrepreneurial Perspectives
Entrepreneurship Practice
Discipline-specific Courses
Select 6 hours from the following: 46
Agriculture and Life Science Cluster
Agribusiness Entrepreneurship – Budgeting 2
Agribusiness Entrepreneurship – Economic Analysis 2
Agribusiness Entrepreneurship – Financial Analysis 2
Management of Agricultural Systems I 2
Biological and Agricultural Engineering Design I 2
Business Cluster
Survey of Managerial and Cost Accounting Principles
Organizational Design, Change and Development 2
Creativity and Innovation in Business 2
Managing Projects 2
Marketing Research 2
Liberal Arts Cluster
Organizational Communication 2
Communication Leadership and Conflict Management 2
Special Topics in... (Humanities and Social Science Innovation)
The Organization of Industry 2
Energy Markets and Policy 2
Economics of Decision-Making Strategy 2
Design Process
Technical and Business Writing
Topics in Digital Research 2
Technical and Professional Editing 2
Technology and Engineering in Western Civilization, 1400-Present
History of Technology and Engineering in America, 1607-Present
American Business History
Introduction to Comparative Politics
Game Theoretic Methods in Political Science 2
Organizational Psychology 2
Conflict and Negotiation 2
Sociology of Organizations
Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar
Sociology of Law
Capstone Courses
Select 3 hours from the following:3
Agriculture and Life Sciences Cluster
Agribusiness Entrepreneurship – Financial Analysis 2
Management of Agricultural Systems II 2
Biological and Agricultural Engineering Design II 2
Entrepreneurship: The Lean Startup Approach 2
Internship 2, 3, 5
Research 2, 3, 5
Business Cluster 6
Managing the Nonprofit Organization 2
Entrepreneurship: The Lean Startup Approach 2
Social Entrepreneurship
Liberal Arts Cluster 7
Special Topics in... (Narrative and Digital Technology)
Managing the Nonprofit Organization 2
Entrepreneurship: The Lean Startup Approach 2
Sociology of the Community 2
Social Entrepreneurship
Total Semester Credit Hours15