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Why Minor in Entrepreneurship?

We take a practical approach to learning, getting you out of the classroom to test your ideas out by soliciting feedback from actual potential customers.

You will learn to identify opportunities in the marketplace and develop solutions for existing problems in society, while gaining skills in finance and marketing.

You have the opportunity to earn seed funding to launch your business and begin earning sales before you finish the minor.

What You’ll Learn

You will become a business development specialist as you learn to start your own business.

Specifically, our entrepreneurship courses cover:

  • Developing an entrepreneurial mindset
  • Problem identification and solution creation
  • How to identify and create valuable entrepreneurial opportunities
  • Financing techniques 
  • Sales and marketing
  • Investor pitching
  • And more

Funding Opportunities

We awarded $55,000 in funding during the 2014–2015 academic year to students who started 10 businesses. Competitions are held each year with cash prizes ranging from $250–$10,000.

Competitions include:

Scholarship Opportunities

Our center awards several full-tuition scholarships each year to students in the minor who are involved with center activities and in good academic standing.

 

The Hall Global Entrepreneurship Center offers a wide-range of opportunities to motivate, inspire and provide unique resources to help students achieve their dream of starting a successful business.

 

“Taking the entrepreneurship minor was the single best thing I did for my business and college career, I learned so much, received funding, and made priceless connections”

 

—Amy Hirschi

Enrollment Process

To begin the minor, please visit an academic advisor in the Goddard School of Business& Economics.

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Program Information

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