Business and Entrepreneurship Minor
Also available at OSU-Cascades and via Ecampus.
This program was renamed 'Business Minor' in Winter 2019.
The Business and Entrepreneurship minor teaches students to recognize business opportunities, equips them with skills to secure funding, and provides insight on how to manage the commercialization of the business opportunity. Fundamental business classes are combined with those designed to specifically address the challenges of launching a new venture or an idea within an existing organization. With an innovative curriculum taught by dedicated professors, the Business and Entrepreneurship minor provides a fundamental stepping stone on the road to identifying and commercializing business opportunities in any type of organization.
Interested students must view an online orientation and meet requirements stated therein before they can declare the minor.
Minor Code: 574
|Select one of the following:||4-8|
|FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING|
and MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
|BA 230||BUSINESS LAW I||4|
|BA 260||INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP||4|
|BA 314||SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS OPERATIONS||4|
|BA 351||MANAGING ORGANIZATIONS||4|
|or BA 352||MANAGING INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM PERFORMANCE|
|Select one of the following:||3-4|
|INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT|
|ECON 201||*INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMICS||4|
|or AEC 311||INTERMEDIATE APPLIED ECONOMICS I: PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS|
Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
Note: Registration access to these substitutes is generally not allowed for minors. However, some students may have access to them via Honors College or previous status as a business major.
Minor Code: 574