Minor in Entrepreneurship for Industrial Engineering majors
The Center for Entrepreneurship offers an undergraduate Minor in Entrepreneurship for Industrial Engineering Majors. The Minor in Entrepreneurship provides a focus on successful opportunity recognition; encourages application of creativity and innovation; and, develops leadership skills for new venture creation and organizational growth. The Minor teaches valuable real-world skills that will complement the major -- whether students would like to increase their entrepreneurial business skills, pursue their own business ideas, or learn ways to bring innovation and entrepreneurial leadership into existing positions and businesses. You do not need to declare an entrepreneurship minor to take the courses. Many courses are offered online.
In addition to meeting other requirements for their major, Industrial Engineering students will complete the following coursework to include a Minor in Entrepreneurship. Please refer to the Official Undergraduate Catalog for residency, minimum grade, and GPA requirements (and additional information). Contact Muma College of Business Undergraduate Advising for assistance with the concentration or courses.
- ENT 4014 New Venture Formation
- ENT 3613 Creativity and Innovation in Entrepreneurial Firms OR EIN 4200 Creativity in Technology
Choose Two Electives From the Following
- EIN 4933 Selected Topics in Industrial Engineering: Product Development
- ENT 4424 Fundamentals of Venture Capital and Private Equity
- ENT 4024 Small Business Management - Entrepreneurship
- MAN 4804 Small Business Management Counseling
What kind of jobs are there for this degree?
Whether students would like to increase their entrepreneurial business skills, pursue their own business ideas, or learn ways to bring innovation and entrepreneurial leadership into existing positions and businesses, a Minor in Entrepreneurship creates synergistic value when paired with an Industrial Engineering Major.