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Entrepreneurship Minor

No matter your major or career aspirations, studying entrepreneurship will strengthen your education in many ways.

Developing and having an entrepreneurial spirit means to be a creative and independent problem solver. Choosing the minor in entrepreneurship will allow you to put your most creative foot forward in all that you do.  This will be of value in either starting your own business or in being an asset to any company you work for.

Degree Type
Area of Interest
Associated Colleges or Schools
Program Location
  • Queens Campus
Required Credit Hours


6 credits ENT 1000, ENT 1001
6 credits in ENT 1002, ENT 1003 (MGT 1026), ACC 1007, BLW 1001, MKT 1001, ECO 1001
6 credits from any ENT elective

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