(19-20 credits required)
The SVSU minor in entrepreneurship is open to all non-business majors at the university. It is founded on the understanding that there is a common process for the creation of new ventures.
The minor teaches students the necessary skills to be an entrepreneur in a variety of settings from startups through non-profits, to leading new venture projects within existing companies.
The skills of developing a new venture, whether a completely new organization, or a new project within an established business are highly sought after in the job market.
Students who pursue the minor are creative and motivated, and looking for ways to gain core business development skills and apply them hands-on to an entrepreneurial endeavor.
The program consists of four core classes and an elective.