Entrepreneurial Studies Minor

Program Type
Est. Time to Complete
2-4 Years
Graham School of Business
Delivery Mode
On Campus

The Entrepreneurial Studies minor provides students with an understanding of the entrepreneurial process and key skills for success. This background will help students develop business ideas, evaluate business opportunities, and start and run a business. 


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