Undergraduate Catalog 2015-16


Entrepreneurship (for Non-Business and Non-Industrial Engineering majors only) (ETB)

15 Credit Hours

Muma College of Business


Minor Description

This is an interdisciplinary entrepreneurship minor available to all USF undergraduate majors. This minor prepares graduates to enter their chosen major area of concentration in a variety of for-profit and not-for-profit positions. Students will demonstrate professional competencies in opportunity assessment, business planning, critical thinking, and the development and launch of new products and services.

Total Minor Hours - 15 Hours

Core Information

The minor requires a total of 15 credit hours.

Core Courses - 15 Hours

  • ENT 3003 Principles of Business in Entrepreneurship
  • ENT 4014 New Venture Formation
  • ENT 3613 Creativity and Innovation in Entrepreneurial Firms or EIN 4933 Selected Topics in Industrial Engineering: Creativity in Technology

And two courses 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

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  Additional Requirements

There are additional requirements for this minor such as grade, GPA, and/or foreign language requirements.

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