Minor in Corporate Entrepreneurship

About the Minor

The minor in Corporate Entrepreneurship is designed for students who are interested in careers that spark innovation within start-up companies or established organizations. At the Close School, entrepreneurship is a habit of mind and an attitude; a skill set applicable to pursuing innovation in business, personal, and career contexts; Students who minor in Corporate Entrepreneurship will learn to cultivate the entrepreneurial mindset, which builds innovative thinking, calculated daring, and proactive behavior that can be applied to their personal and professional lives.

Admission Requirements

Students of any major with more than 40 credits may declare a minor in Corporate Entrepreneurship.

Program Requirements

ENTP 101Life Strategies I3.0
ENTP 205Ready, Set, Fail3.0
ENTP 250Ideation3.0
ENTP 285Organizational Innovation and Change for Corporate Entrepreneurs3.0
ENTP 329Entrepreneurship & New Technologies3.0
ENTP 340Managing Entrepreneurial Growth3.0
ENTP 385Innovation in Established Companies3.0
ENTP 440Launch It!: Early Stage3.0
Total Credits24.0
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