Minor In Entrepreneurial Studies

Special emphasis is placed on developing knowledge and skills that are increasingly useful to managers, such as conceptual, analytical, communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills. Students learn to diagnose organizational issues in a way that reflects an understanding of multiple, interacting levels of organizational analysis, including current environmental and global forces.

Entrepreneurship Minor requirements:

  • MG 335 Entrepreneurial Thinking
  • MG 336 New Venture Planning and Financing
  • One Management Elective from among the following courses:
    • MG 337 Managing Collaborative Relationships
    • MG 338 Launching Your Business
    • MG 339 Effective Selling
    • MG 360 Negotiating
  • One Elective from among the following courses (all are arts and sciences):
    • COM 210 Effective Speaking
    • COM 322 Theories of Persuasion
    • PH 133 Business Ethics; International Business Ethics
    • PH 251 Ethics
    • PH 305 Introduction to Mathematical Logic
    • ST 242 Applied Business Statistics

(Please note that GB 215 is a prerequisite for all MG courses)

All minors must be declared via MyBentley and approved by the coordinator.

Refer to the Advising Directory to identify the appropriate Minor Coordinator