Minor in Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

The following requirements must be fulfilled: 18 credits, including 6 credits in required courses and 12 credits in elective courses. 

School of Business students may pursue this minor under the following conditions: Bachelor of business administration students must first select a minor outside of the School of Business to fulfill their degree requirement. For such students, this program may only serve as a second minor. Bachelor of accountancy and bachelor of science students in the School of Business, whose degree requirements do not include completion of a minor, may pursue this as their only minor program.

Required field courses
MGT 3300Entrepreneurship
MGT 4900Special Topics (New Venture Initiation)
Field electives
Four courses from the following, at least one of which must be at the 2000 level or above.:
ACCY 2001Introduction to Financial Accounting 1
ACCY 4601Business Law: Enterprise Organization 1
AMST 2600U.S. Popular Music and Culture
ANTH 3531Methods in Sociocultural Anthropology
BADM 3401Basic Marketing Management 1
CAS 3360Psychology of Creativity
CDE 1090Design Fundamentals I
CDE 1091Design Fundamentals II
CDM 2280Interactive Web Design I
CE 2510Environmental Sustainability
COMM 1025Introduction to Communication Studies
CSCI 1030Technology and Society
DNSC 4211Programming for Analytics 1
ECON 2121Financial Economics
EMSE 4410Engineering Economic Analysis
ENGL 1210Introduction to Creative Writing
ENGL 3390Topics in Creative Writing
FA 2001Concept Lab
FA 2212Sculpture: Design in Action
GEOG 2148Economic Geography
HSCI 2109Trends and Innovations in Health Care
HSSJ 1100Introduction to Human Services and Social Justice
HSSJ 3100WProgram Planning and Evaluation
HSSJ 4198Special Topics (Social Entrepreneurship)
IAFF 3190Special Topics in International Affairs (Globalization and Sustainable Development)
IAFF 3190Special Topics in International Affairs (Women and Leadership in Africa)
IBUS 3001Introduction to International Business 1
ISTM 4223Innovation Ventures 1
MAE 2170History and Impact of the U.S. Patent System
MGT 3301Small Business Management 1
MGT 3302e-Entrepreneurship 1
MGT 4003Management of the Growing Entrepreneurial Venture 1
MGT 4900Special Topics (Social Entrepreneurship) 1
ORSC 2116Leading Change
ORSC 2143Leadership and Performance
PHIL 2135Ethics in Business and the Professions
SEAS 4800Special Topics (Innovation and Technology)
SEAS 4800Special Topics (Social Impact Startup Creation with Design Thinking)
SMPA 3195Selected Topics in Journalism and Mass Communication (Entrepreneurship New Media Industry)
SOC 1002The Sociological Imagination
SUST 1001Introduction to Sustainability
SUST 3097Culminating Experience in Sustainability

1 No more than one field elective from a department within GWSB may apply towards this minor.