Innovation and Entrepreneurship Minor
School of Management
The School of Management offers the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Minor and the Business Minor. The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Minor provides students with the background to manage the creation of new products, processes or methods within existing organizations, as well as foundational exposure to commercialize creative and innovative ideas into new business ventures. Engineers and scientists are essentially inventors of the future and engineering/science and innovation go hand in hand. Regardless of whether one initiates a new venture or not, the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Minor students are better equipped to conceptualize, objectify and enact opportunities for themselves and their employers, to bring creative and innovative thinking to the problems they face and to mobilize the resources they need to implement new and better solutions.
Total Required Credits: 28
|Economics Elective 300 or higher||4|
|BUSN-303||New Venture Creation: Entrepreneurship||4|
|Select one of the following:||4|
|Probability and Statistics|
|Probability & Stochastic Modeling|
|Total Credit Hours||28|
For more information on the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Minor contact the School of Management at firstname.lastname@example.org.