2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
    Oct 01, 2022  
2018-2019 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Entrepreneurship Minor

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Program Description:

Provides students the skills and experiences necessary to start their own successful venture.  Courses focus on starting, commercializing and managing a new business.

Admission requirements:

Students must be admitted to a Wright State major program of study.  Students must have junior standing (at least 60 credit hours completed).  Open to business and non-business majors.  Non-business majors may not take any other business courses other than those required by the minor.  Three courses that are required for non-business majors (MKT 2500 Principles of Marketing , MGT 3100 Management and Organizational Behavior , and FIN 2210 Financial Management I or ACC 2010 Accounting Principles I  are necessary foundational business courses for student success in the program (these required courses are also required of all business majors).

Learning Outcomes

  • students learn how to evaluate and plan new business opportunities
  • students learn to effectively research and write a comprehensive business plan
  • students obtain contemporary entrepreneurial experience by solving real business challenges and working with local executives. 
  • students acquire the skills and experiences necessary to start their own successful venture

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Program Requirements:*

Total: 18 Hours


*Students must complete the required and elective courses for the Entrepreneurship minor with a cumulative GPA OF 2.0 or better.

**Three additional foundational business courses are required for non-Business majors (these courses are already required core courses for business majors): MKT 2500 Principles of Marketing, MGT 3100 Mgt & Org Behavior, and FIN 2210 Fin Mgt or ACC 2010 Prin Acctg.

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