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Associate professor: Martha Sargent



The minor in entrepreneurship provides an opportunity to learn more about starting and managing your own business. The program combines theoretical study and practical experience, creating a challenging program that provides students the skills and knowledge for initiating and operating successful ventures.


Learning Outcomes

  1. Understand the unique characteristics of the entrepreneurial business environment.
  2. Develop the personal and professional attributes of successful entrepreneurs.
  3. Gain practical experience in entrepreneurial engagement through partnering with the local business community through student internships and projects.

Entrepreneurship minor (19 credits)

BA 211 Financial Accounting (4)*

BA 310 Principles of Marketing (3)

ENT 320 Entrepreneurial Finance (3)

ENT 330 Planning and Creating New Ventures (3)

ENT 350 Small Business Management (3)

ENT 360 Small Business Marketing (3) –or– ENT 460 Entrepreneurship in Action (3)

Choose two: (2)

ENT 380 Entrepreneurs Today (1)

ENT 381 Creativity and Entrepreneurs (1)

ENT 382 Innovation and Strategy (1)

ENT 383 Entrepreneurs and Society (1)

ENT 384  Going into Business in Oregon (1)

* If business major, choose any business or economics elective.




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