Entrepreneurship Minor


Completion of the minor provides an excellent foundation in the entrepreneurship areas of resource management, social entrepreneurship, and business plan development.

Combine your passion and your business skills. 

The John Cook School of Business allows non-business majors to earn a entrepreneurship minor. Students are responsible for completing prerequisites, and a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA is required in minor coursework.


Entrepreneurship Minor for Non-Business Majors

Eighteen (18) hours of coursework from the Cook School are required for the entrepreneurship minor.

For full course descriptions, please click here.

Three hours as follows (3 credit hours each):

MGT 3200Managing Ideas in Entrepreneurial Firms*MGT 3000
MGT 3201Social Entrepreneurship*MGT 3000


Fifteen hours as follows (3 credit hours each):

 CourseTitle Prerequisites
ACCT 2200Financial AccountingSophomore Standing 
MGT 2000Legal Environment of Business 
MGT 3000Management Theory and PracticeSophomore Standing 
MGT 3210Managing Resources in Entrepreneurial Firms MGT 3200 OR MGT 3201
MGT 4200Business Plan DevelopmentMGT 3200 OR MGT 3201, AND MGT 3210


*Students cannot take both MGT 3200 & 3201