Albers School of Business and Economics
Minors

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

  • From Seattle University's 2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog.

    To earn a Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, students must complete 30 approved credits comprised of two required classes in entrepreneurship, a course in marketing principles, a course in financial principles, and two approved electives. The approved electives are intentionally flexible to provide the student with maximum freedom in selecting the courses that are most consistent with their career interests. This minor is available cross-campus to all undergraduate students.

    Core Requirements

    MGMT 3790 Entrepreneurship Essentials 5
    MGMT 4790 Business Plan Development 5
    MKTG 3500 Introduction to Marketing 5

    Interdisciplinary Financial Requirement:

    Business Majors    
    FINC 3400 Business Finance 5
    Nonbusiness Majors    
    ACCT 2300 Principles of Accounting I (Financial) 5

    Choose two courses from the following options:

    BLAW 3700 Business & International Law 5
    IS 3150 Introduction to Information Systems 5
    IS 4620 Internet Marketing 5
    FINC 3400 Business Finance (if nonbusiness major) 5
    FINC 3404 Investments 5
    MGMT 4850 Management of Change 5
    MGMT 3910, 4910 Special Topics 5
    MKTG 3520 Marketing Communications 5
    MKTG 4560 International Marketing 5
    OPER 3600 Operations and Supply Chain Management 5
    OPER 4660 Project Management 5
    Total Credits Required for the Minor   30

     

    Electives may also be taken from other departments on campus if the content of the course is deemed to be sufficient in entrepreneurial and innovative content to justify it as an elective, given the student's major and career interests. Acceptability of electives will be determined by the Lawrence K. Johnson Chair in Entrepreneurship and approved by the Management Department Chair.