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 recently developed minor program is offered by School of Management with the following requirements and courses:


Minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Open to all UG Students



Course ID for general student population

Suggested Semester for IDS Students a,b

1 ECON 201 Sophomore: Fall
2 MGMT 390 - Management Practices Sophomore: Spring or
Junior: Fall


3 ENTR 410 - New Venture Management Summer after Sophomore
4 ACCT 117 or ACCT 115 Junior: Fall
5 MKT 330 or MKT 338 - New Product Development Junior: Spring
6 ENTR 420 - Financing New Ventures Senior: Fall

For more information, please visit the Minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship page.

Students can complete the Declare a Minor form to declare an economics minor and return it to: Michael T Sweeney (973) 596-8238; michael.t.sweeney@njit.edu