Entrepreneurship Minor

Entrepreneurship Minor
Entrepreneurship Minor

The minor in Entrepreneurship is targeted toward students who might not traditionally interact with the College of Business Administration and the local entrepreneurial community. The goal of the minor is to teach students how to create successful businesses based on the expertise developed in their majors. Two tracks will be offered, one with a business emphasis, the other with an interdisciplinary focus on communication, geopolitical and cultural diversity and personal development. These tracks allow the student to tailor the minor to their needs according to the type of business they plan to pursue.

Benefits

  • Gain the knowledge and skills to start your own business, work at a startup or lead growth for an established company
  • Innovate and think creatively about problem-solving and strategy
  • Closely aligns with the minor in business, providing the opportunity to double minor
  • Takes advantage of the growing appreciation of entrepreneurship and innovation nationwide
  • Exposes non-business students to a wide network of entrepreneurs, founders, and investors

Coursework

Non-CBA Student Track (9 hours entrepreneurship + 9 hours business for non-majors)

Student greeting business leader
  • ENTR321 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • ENTR421 - Initiating and Managing Entrepreneurial Growth
  • ENTR423 - Business Plan Development and Decision Making
  • ACCT200 - Accounting for Business Decisions
  • MRKT300 - Contemporary Marketing
  • FINA300 - Financial Decision Making

CBA-Student Track (12 hours entrepreneurship)

  • ENTR321 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • ENTR421 - Initiating and Managing Entrepreneurial Growth
  • ENTR422 - Managing Rapid Growth and Change
  • ENTR423 - Business Plan Development and Decision Making

Program Structure

Students will enroll in one of two tracks:

Non-CBA Student Track – In addition to the core entrepreneurship curriculum, students on this track will take basic courses in finance, accounting, and marketing. This track is intended for students unfamiliar with the foundational business practices.

CBA Student Track – Students taking this track will complete the core entrepreneurship courses offered by the Center. This track is intended for students majoring in fields housed within CBA.

How to Enroll

Students interested in enrolling in the minor should do so through MyRed.

For more information on the entrepreneurship minor, email Dr. Sam Nelson, interim director of the Center for Entrepreneurship and assistant professor of practice.

Contact

Nelson, Samuel A
Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship

Center for Entrepreneurship

Center for Entrepreneurship
1320 Q Street
Lincoln, NE 68508-1515
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Lincoln, NE 68508-1515
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University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Department of Center for Entrepreneurship
Center for Entrepreneurship
Lincoln, NE 68508-1515