Minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The Innovation and Entrepreneurship minor is an 18 credit program that will help non-business majors prepare for careers where they will be commercializing new ideas into new business ventures and new business lines for existing ventures.  In addition to business fundamentals in accounting, economics, marketing, and management, students will learn about New Venture Management and Financing.This minor program is offered by the Martin Tuchman School of Management with the following requirements and courses:  


Minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Open to all UG Students


Course ID 

Course Name

Recommended Semester for Students

ECON 201 Economics Sophomore: Fall
MGMT 390 Principles of Business

Sophomore: Spring

ENTR 210 Introduction to Entrepreneurship Sophomore

ACCT 115


ACCT 117

(115) Fundamentals of Financial Accounting


(117) Principles of Financial Accounting

Junior: Fall

MKRT 330 


MKRT 338

(330) Principles of Marketing


(338) New Product Design & Development

Junior: Spring

ENTR 320 


ENTR 330

(320) Financing New Venture (Fall)


(330) Entrpreneurial Strategy (Spring)


All 6 courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.