The entrepreneurial studies minor prepares students to create new opportunities from innovative ideas. It provides a broad overview of the field of entrepreneurship, applies entrepreneurial concepts to a particular field or industry, and advances skills necessary for students to one day start and run a new endeavor.
Courses include, but are not limited to, Entrepreneurship and the Arts; Business Plan Writing; Franchising, Licensing, and Distributing; Entrepreneurial Marketing and Entrepreneurial Finance.
The Entrepreneurial Studies minor requires six courses, including accounting. A four-course concentration in Entrepreneurial Studies also is available.
The minor is intended for students who are studying in major programs outside of the Department of Economics and Business, and is not available to students who have declared majors within that department. Additional course information is available in the W&J College Catalog.
Timothy J. Murphy, J.D.
Associate Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies Program