Minor in Entrepreneurship

https://business.uoregon.edu/ug/minors/entrepreneurship

The minor in entrepreneurship is intended for nonbusiness students who want to learn about innovation processes and the managerial and leadership skills required to create a new venture. The entrepreneurship minor gives students the opportunity to envision, develop, test, and build a for-profit or nonprofit venture working within an interdisciplinary framework of exploration and self-discovery.

The minor in entrepreneurship is open to students from all majors except business administration, accounting, and general social science with a concentration in applied economics, business, and society. Completing the minor requires 24 credits of course work, which can be completed in one academic year.

Students may declare a minor in entrepreneurship online at the college’s website, where a checklist of requirements can be found. Advising assistance is available in the Office of Undergraduate Advising.

Twelve upper-division credits must be taken in the Lundquist College of Business. Upper-division business courses must be taken for letter grades. Students must earn a C– or better in all courses taken for a letter grade to fulfill minor requirements. When minor requirements have been completed and notification of application for a degree has been received from the Office of the Registrar, the student is cleared for the minor.

Minor in Entrepreneurship 

Required Courses:16
Introduction to Business
Launching New Ventures
Entrepreneurial Marketing
Experimental Course: [Topic]
Accounting for Entrepreneurs
Choose Two Elective Courses: 8
Sustainability
Introduction to Architecture
Design Skills
Introduction to Architectural Computer Graphics
Understanding Contemporary Art
The Artist Experience
Surface, Space, and Time
Print Media Digital Arts
Time-Based Digital Arts
Interactive Digital Arts
Special Studies: [Topic]
Accounting: Language of Business Decisions
Marketing: Creating Value for Customers
Introduction to Web Programming
Multimedia Web Programming
Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving
Computer Science I
Computer Science II
Software Methodology I
Contemporary Economic Issues
Introduction to Economic Analysis: Microeconomics
Introduction to Economic Analysis: Macroeconomics
Resource and Environmental Economic Issues
Issues in Industrial Organization
International Economic Issues
Allocating Scarce Environmental Resources
Environmental Ethics
Ecological Footprint of Energy Generation
Environmental Justice
Sustainable Agriculture
Experimental Course: [Topic]
Special Studies: [Topic]
Urban Farm
Experimental Course: [Topic]
Experimental Course: [Topic]
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Implementing Entrepreneurial Strategies
Entrepreneurial Marketing
Music, Money, and the Law
Digital Audio Workstation Tech I
Audio Recording Techniques I
Audio Recording Techniques II
Introduction to Product Design
Design Process
Senior Studio III
Physics behind the Internet
Physics of Energy and Environment
Solar and Other Renewable Energies
Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector
Project Management
Impact Philanthropy
Mind and Society
Scientific Thinking in Psychology
Cognition
Social Psychology
Culture and Mental Health
Group Dynamics