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Entrepreneurship 

Entrepreneurial jobs are very different than those in existing corporations. Students must learn to manage risks and have the proper skills necessary to assess many different business situations. Only with critical thinking skills applied specifically to entrepreneurial issues in finance, marketing and management can these individuals reach the skill and knowledge levels required for success. The goal of the minor in Entrepreneurship is to provide students with an experiential approach to learning that builds these skills. The minor is distinct from the other minors in the Coggin College of Business in terms of the courses offered and the perspective from which business concepts will be approached and applied. This minor is available to all majors if allowed by college. Conditions for Minor   

 

Minor Requirements (12 Credits) 

  • GEB 4113 Entrepreneurship (prereq: MAN 3025)

Select 3 courses

  • FIN 4461   Financial Statement Analysis (prereq: FIN 3403)
  • GEB 3132 Family Business Management (prereq: MAN 3025)
  • GEB 4942 Entrepreneurial Marketing (prereq: MAN 3025 and MAR 3023)
  • GEB 4104 Small Business Consulting (prereq: MAN 3025, MAR 3023 and FIN 3403)
  • GEB 4942 Entrepreneurial Internship (prereqs: GEB 4113 and permission)
  • MAN 4294 Creativity and Innovation in the Workplace (prereq: MAN 3025)

* Transient enrollment at another institution is not permitted. Students should apply through their academic advisor. Catalog: Fall 2016