An entrepreneur is commonly thought of as one who starts a small business. At Penn State DuBois, we have a more encompassing vision of an entrepreneur, that includes the person who can work entrepreneurially within an existing organization. Whether a small, midsize, or large business, organizations can achieve greater success through the creative and innovative thinking of the entrepreneur.
Our students will gain skills essential to succeed in any business setting, including problem-solving, teamwork, and communication. Our program and our faculty will develop and inspire students to succeed as entrepreneurs, so that they can generate concepts to patent; turn unique ideas into opportunities; launch a successful business; purchase an existing company or franchise; and become great leaders, managers, and innovators.
The entrepreneurship minor is intended for students from every major and discipline, building on ideas and innovation.
All students also have the opportunity to work with the North Central PA LaunchBox, powered by Penn State DuBois.
ENTR Minor Requirements
A grade of C or better is required for all courses in this minor.
Scheduling Recommendations and Minor Requirements (19 Credits):
|Fall Semester 1||Spring Semester 1|
|3: ECON 102 - Introductory Microeconomics Analysis and Policy||4: ACCTG 211 - Financial and Managerial Accounting for
|Fall Semester 2||Spring Semester 2|
|3: ENTR 300 - Principles of Entrepreneurship||3: ENTR 320 - Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation|
|Fall Semester 3||Spring Semester 3|
|3: ENGL 419 - Advanced Business Writing||3: 400 Level Entrepreneur Class|