Only students outside of the School of Business may pursue this minor and may declare it directly with their home school advisor; a signature from a GWSB academic advisor is not required.

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

See GWSB Regulations for additional information regarding minor programs.

Required courses
MGT 3300Entrepreneurship
or MGT 3300W Entrepreneurship
MGT 4003Management of the Growing Entrepreneurial Venture (Selected courses) *
or MGT 4082 New Venture Initiation
Selected courses
Four courses selected from the list below. Courses may be taken at any of the indicated schools of the University. At least one course must be taken at the 2000 level or above:
School of Business
ACCY 2001Introduction to Financial Accounting
ACCY 3106Financial Statement Analysis
ACCY 4601Business Law: Enterprise Organization
BADM 3103Human Capital in Organizations
BADM 3401Contemporary Marketing Management
BADM 3501Financial Management and Markets
BADM 3601Operations Management
BADM 4101Business Ethics and the Legal Environment
or BADM 4101W Business Ethics and the Legal Environment
DNSC 4404Essentials of Project Management
IBUS 3001Introduction to International Business
IBUS 4401Managing the Multinational Enterprise
ISTM 4223Innovation Ventures
MGT 3201Leadership in Action
MGT 3301Small Business Management
MGT 3302e-Entrepreneurship
MGT 3303Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership
MGT 4003Management of the Growing Entrepreneurial Venture *
or MGT 4082 New Venture Initiation
MGT 4084Family Business
MGT 4085Social Entrepreneurship
MGT 4086Creativity and Innovation
MGT 4900Special Topics
or MGT 4900W Special Topics
MKTG 3142Consumer Behavior
or MKTG 3142W Consumer Behavior
MKTG 3143Marketing Research
MKTG 4148Advertising and Marketing Communications
MKTG 4159Marketing Strategy
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
COMM 1025Introduction to Communication Studies
ENGL 1210Introduction to Creative Writing
ENGL 3390Topics in Creative Writing
PHIL 2135Ethics in Business and the Professions
SMPA 3195Selected Topics in Journalism and Mass Communication (Entrepreneurship New Media Industry)
SOC 1002The Sociological Imagination
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
CE 2510Environmental Sustainability
CSCI 1030Technology and Society
EMSE 4410Engineering Economic Analysis
MAE 2170History and Impact of the U.S. Patent System
SEAS 4800Special Topics
Interdisciplinary and Special Programs
SUST 1001Introduction to Sustainability
SUST 3097Culminating Experience in Sustainability
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
HSCI 2109Trends and Innovations in Health Care

1 MGT 4003 and MGT 4082 are options for both the required and additional minor course categories. If only one is taken, it will apply to the required minor course category. If both are taken, one will apply to the required minor course and the other will apply to the additional minor course category. These courses may not be repeated for credit.