Minor in Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship Minor

Management 
Jill Austin, Advisor
 

The Entrepreneurship minor requires 15 hours and focuses on special competencies needed for planning, organizing, and operating a new venture or small business. A 2.00 GPA is required. Nine (9) hours must be taken at MTSU, 3 of which must be upper-division.

Required Courses (15 hours)

  • ENTR 2900 - Entrepreneurship  3 credit hours  

    ENTR 2900 - Entrepreneurship

    3 credit hours

    The mechanics and operational skills needed for organizing and operating an enterprise.

  • FIN 3040 - Entrepreneurial Financial Management

    3 credit hours

    (Same as ENTR 3040.) Prerequisites: ENTR 2900; junior standing. Focuses on tools, processes, systems, and practices used by entrepreneurs to manage resources. Specific focus on cash budgeting, working capital management, sources of capital, and financial analysis/forecasting for the small business/startup

  • MKT 3200 - Marketing for Entrepreneurs

    3 credit hours

    Prerequisites: ENTR 2900; admission into College of Business. Applied study of marketing skills necessary to create a new business venture. Students will gain experience completing various marketing tasks that are important to new business startups.

  • Approved elective or an additional ENTR course 3 credit hours

 

  • ENTR 4920 - Small Business Management  3 credit hours  
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    ENTR 4920 - Small Business Management

    3 credit hours

    (Same as MGMT 4920.) Prerequisites: MGMT 3610 or FIN 3040 and admission to the College of Business. Analysis of problems and considerations involved in planning, organizing, and operating small businesses and entrepreneurial ventures. Emphasis on environmental issues, growth strategies, process management activities, and human resource management.

  • MGMT 4920 - Small Business Management

    3 credit hours

    (Same as ENTR 4920.) Prerequisites: MGMT 3610 or FIN 3040 and admission to the College of Business. Analysis of problems and considerations involved in planning, organizing, and operating small businesses and entrepreneurial ventures. Emphasis on environmental issues, growth strategies, process management activities, and human resource management.