Graduate Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

About the Graduate Minor

The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Graduate Minor is designed to enrich a graduate student's program via rigorous and applied course work in the area of entrepreneurship. The skills of entrepreneurial thinking and doing are applicable to students in every master's degree program, as these competencies resonate with student careers both in established companies or new ventures. Students will learn how to communicate complex ideas; evaluate opportunities; learn from failure; and implement innovations.

Program Requirements

ENTP 501Entrepreneurship Essentials3.0
ENTP 540Methods of Entrepreneurship3.0
ENTP 641Innovation in Established Companies3.0
ENTP 690The Lean Launch3.0
Total Credits12.0

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For additional information about the entrepreneurship and innovation graduate minor, please contact Rita Berson at

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