Entrepreneurship Minor

The Entrepreneurship minor teaches you to recognize business opportunities, equips you 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 Entrepreneurship minor provides a fundamental stepping-stone on the road to identifying and commercializing business opportunities in any type of organization.

Required Courses
Microeconomics
AEC 250*INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY3
or ECON 201 *INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMICS
or ENGR 390 ENGINEERING ECONOMY
Accounting
BA 211
BA 213
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
and MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
4
or BA 315 ACCOUNTING FOR DECISION MAKING
Introduction to Entrepreneurial Processes
BA 167 LAUNCH PAD I & BA 168 LAUNCH PAD II4-6
OR
INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Venture Finance
BA 464NEW VENTURE FINANCING4
Innovation Management
BA 363TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT4
Electives8
Complete a minimum of 8 credits from the following list of courses
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SOCIAL INITIATIVES
FAMILY BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
LAUNCH ACADEMY
ADVANCED LAUNCH ACADEMY
INNOVATION AND NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
VENTURE MANAGEMENT
NEW VENTURE LABORATORY
TECHNOLOGY COMMERCIALIZATION
Discipline-Specific Electives
Forestry Electives
Wood Science
CAD: COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN
SECONDARY PRODUCTS DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING
ADVANCED CAD: COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN
PROJECTS
ENTREPRENEURIAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT I
ENTREPRENEURIAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT II
INDUSTRIAL MARKETING IN THE FOREST SECTOR
Forest Engineering
FORESTRY FIELD SCHOOL
HARVESTING OPERATIONS
HARVESTING PROCESS ENGINEERING
FOREST OPERATIONS ANALYSIS
FOREST MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND DESIGN I
^FOREST OPERATIONS REGULATIONS AND POLICY ISSUES
FOREST MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND DESIGN II
HARVESTING MANAGEMENT
FOREST ENGINEERING PRACTICE AND PROFESSIONALISM
Public Health and Human Sciences
Public Health
*INTRODUCTION TO THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
*SOCIAL AND INDIVIDUAL HEALTH DETERMINANTS
INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT
INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH POLICY
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN DISEASE
ECONOMIC ISSUES IN HEALTH AND MEDICAL CARE
ADVANCED TOPICS IN HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONS
REIMBURSEMENT MECHANISMS
FINANCING AND ADMINISTRATION OF LONG-TERM CARE
^PLANNING AND EVALUATING HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMS
EMERGENCY AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT
DESIGN FOR ENVIRONMENT, SAFETY, AND HEALTH
Human Development and Family Science
FAMILY STUDIES
CRITICAL THINKING IN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY SCIENCES
FAMILY, SCHOOL, AND COMMUNITY COLLABORATION
FAMILY VIOLENCE AND NEGLECT
*FAMILIES AND POVERTY
FAMILY POLICY
Nutrition
FOODSERVICE PRODUCTION AND PURCHASING
*ISSUES IN NUTRITION AND HEALTH
PROMOTING FOOD AND NUTRITION
COMMUNITY NUTRITION
^COMMUNICATIONS IN DIETETICS
MANAGING FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES
MANAGEMENT OF FOOD SYSTEMS LABORATORY
Kinesiology
INTRODUCTION TO KINESIOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO THE ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS
INTRODUCTION TO ADVENTURE PROGRAMS
HUMAN GROUP DYNAMICS
BACKCOUNTRY LEADERSHIP
TEACHING TECHNIQUES FOR OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
FITNESS ASSESSMENT AND EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: RESISTANCE TRAINING PROGRAM DESIGN
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: GROUP FITNESS
FACILITATING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROMOTION
Agricultural Science
Horticulture
INTRODUCTION TO HORTICULTURAL SYSTEMS, PRACTICES AND CAREERS
CROP PRODUCTION IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST AGROECOSYSTEMS
CAREER EXPLORATION: INTERNSHIPS AND RESEARCH PROJECTS
CASE STUDIES IN CROPPING SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
HORTICULTURE PRODUCTION CASE STUDIES
HORTICULTURAL MANAGEMENT PLANS
Agriculture
^WRITING IN AGRICULTURE
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IN AGRICULTURE
Agricultural Business Management
DISCOVERING AGRICULTURAL AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS
AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD MANAGEMENT
AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD MARKETING
*INTRODUCTION TO AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD ECONOMICS
INTERMEDIATE APPLIED ECONOMICS I: PRODUCERS AND CONSUMERS
*INTRODUCTION TO COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCE ECONOMICS
AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVES
AGRICULTURAL LAW
THE ECONOMICS OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATION IN THE FOOD SYSTEM
AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
CAPITAL INVESTMENT ANALYSIS USING AGBIZ LOGIC
AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD MARKETING MANAGEMENT
WRITING BUSINESS PLANS: AGRICULTURE/FOOD-RELATED ENTERPRISES
Animal Sciences
BEEF/DAIRY INDUSTRIES
SMALL RUMINANT/SWINE INDUSTRIES
POULTRY INDUSTRIES
EQUINE MARKETING
EQUINE STABLE MANAGEMENT
POULTRY MEAT PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
EGG PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
SHEEP PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
DAIRY PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
BEEF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS: COW/CALF
BEEF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS: STOCKER/FEEDLOT
BEEF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
COMPANION ANIMAL PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
SWINE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
Crop and Soil Science
INTRODUCTION TO THE COMPLEXITY OF OREGON CROPPING SYSTEMS
CROP PRODUCTION IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST AGROECOSYSTEMS
FORAGE PRODUCTION
PRINCIPLES OF FIELD CROP PRODUCTION
SEED PRODUCTION
CASE STUDIES IN CROPPING SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
^AG AND ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICAMENTS: A CASE STUDY APPROACH
Food Science
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PROCESSING
DAIRY PROCESSING
DAIRY PROCESSING LABORATORY
*FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN WESTERN CULTURE
PILOT PLANT EXPERIENCES
INDUSTRY PREPARATION/HACCP
*FOOD LAW
INNOVATION AND FOOD PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
BREWING SCIENCE
WINE PRODUCTION PRINCIPLES
WINE PRODUCTION, ANALYSIS, AND SENSORY EVALUATION
Engineering
HEAVY CIVIL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
^PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION
ENGINEERING ECONOMY
ENGINEERING ECONOMICS AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT
PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL
FACILITY DESIGN AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN ENGINEERING
LEAN MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN
Total Hours27-29

Minor Code: 809