Minor in Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is a dynamic process of vision, change and innovation. Build entrepreneurial skills within your chosen degree program and enhance your career success in any industry. 

Entrepreneurship powers the American and global economies and is focused on opportunity recognition, creativity and innovation, as well as venture creation. This fast growing field gives students the knowledge and skills to turn their ideas into reality. 

The minor in entrepreneurship provides students the opportunity to learn these skills and network with like-minded and creative peers; even launch a venture while still in college. 

The minor in entrepreneurship provides you with the background to undertake entrepreneurial activity in whatever career field you wish to pursue. You do not have to start your own business to be an entrepreneur. Every organization needs visionary innovators who can capitalize on opportunities. 

A maximum of 40 students per year are admitted to the entrepreneurship minor program.

All students in the entrepreneurship minor are assigned to an entrepreneurship instructor/professor who will guide them through their coursework

Professional Options

The Center for the Advancement of Entrepreneurship provides many opportunities for students to gain hands-on learning experience. These programs bridge the gap between academics and venture launch.

Minor requirements

  • ENTRP 340 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (3)
  • ENGL 455 Exploring Creativity (3)
  • ENTRP 350 New Venture Creation (3)
  • Two electives that support the students planned venture. Approved by K-State Entrepreneurship. (6)

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