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Minor in Entrepreneurship

Alice Lloyd College Business Department

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This minor will provide students with the tools needed to launch and manage successful new businesses. The curriculum will give students the knowledge and skills they need to create and adjust their personal business concept, develop the concept into a feasible business venture, draft the business plan, launch the business, and manage the business. The curriculum will emphasize flexibility and innovation, and entrepreneurship will be approached as a way of thinking and acting that can be applied in multiple contexts such as new ventures and existing corporations. The minor is available to business and non-business majors. A minor in entrepreneurship will be especially valuable to pre-med biology and pre-law students who intend to open their own practices in the future. Business majors who elect to take the minor can count the entrepreneurship coursework as business electives. Students must earn a “C” grade in each course in the major and collateral areas.

The minor is available to business and non-business majors.

Minor Requirements

The minor requires the completion of 18 hours in Business and Entrepreneurship courses. The courses required for a minor in Entrepreneurship are:

BUS 315 Principles of Management
ENT 305 New Venture Creation
ENT 320 Entrepreneurial Finance
ENT 330 Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation
ENT 415 Emerging Enterprise Law
ENT 425 Business Plan Development

and three semester hours (one course) from:

BUS 310 Personnel Management
BUS 325 Principles of Marketing
SOC 303 Population and Society

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