School of Business

Minor in Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship minor is offered to all Degree Candidates at MSSU, regardless of major. The courses will help students identify their own entrepreneurial potential and recognize entrepreneurial opportunities in their environment. The minor will enable students to obtain knowledge useful in pursuing their own new venture start-ups or expanding existing businesses. Students can earn Entrepreneurial Certificates as they are earning their Entrepreneurship minor.  Entrepreneurship courses are offered via the Internet.

Requirements for a Minor in Entrepreneurship    
Required:   Cr. hrs.
ENT 321 Business Planning for Entrepreneurs   1  
ENT 202 Business Opportunities and Innovation 1  
ENT 203 Legal Aspects for Entrepreneurs   1  
ENT 204 Initial Capitalization  1  
ENT 305 Entrepreneurial Financial Analysis  1  
ENT 309 New Venture Taxation  1  
ENT 401 New Business Formation    3  
ENT 402 Managing Innovation and Technology   3  
Choose 6 credit hours from:    
ENT 206 Entrepreneurial Computerized Accounting  1  
ENT 207 Entrepreneurial Accounting Foundations    1  
ENT 208 Entrepreneurial Accounting Reports  1  
ENT 210 The Management Process for Entrepreneurs  1  
ENT 311 Entrepreneurship Strategy  1  
ENT 212 Human Resource Issues for Entrepreneurs 1  
ENT 313 Entrepreneurial Marketing Strategies  1  
ENT 214 Entrepreneurial Pricing Strategies 1  
ENT 215 Entrepreneurial Retail Management  1  
Total for Minor in Entrepreneurship      (18 hrs)


Entrepreneurship Faculty:

Karen Bradshaw

Lisa Robinson

Ken Surbrugg


For additional information contact:

Karen Bradshaw, Director of the MSSU Center for Entrepreneurship

Office: Plaster Hall 107B Phone: 417.625.9520