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Entrepreneurship Program

Program Description

If students are looking to combine their major with minor in order to create a small business, non-profit, NGO, or even their own school, the Willes Center for
International Entrepreneurship will help students :

  1. Learn how to learn.
  2. Learn how to make money.
  3. Learn how to live a life of meaning.

Entrepreneurship Minor (18 Credits)

A minor in entrepreneurship helps students gain the knowledge, skills and judgement they need in order to start, acquire or grow a small business venture. This venture could be a for-profit, non-profit or non-governmental organization (NGO). The faculty and staff at the Willes Center for International Entrepreneurship teach that the future of business is global, digital, and social. Many of the courses taught as part of the ENTR minor help students learn how to start and run their own online business. Introductory courses include ENTR 180 The Cycle of Cash and ENTR 285 Intro to Digital Marketing. Courses build on one another and more advanced courses include ENTR 483 Entrepreneurial Management and ENTR 499 Cash & Valuation.

Entrepreneurship Certificate (13 Credits)

A certificate in entrepreneurship is awarded to those students who have taken the core entrepreneurship courses and participated in at least two conferences; Great Ideas and Empower Your Dreams. These conferences include workshops which help students learn how to develop a business plan, pitch an idea and raise financing to start the new venture. The faculty and staff at the Willes Center for International Entrepreneurship teach that the future of business is global, digital, and social. Introductory courses include ENTR 180 The Cycle of Cash and ENTR 285 Intro to Digital Marketing.

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Entrepreneurship Courses