Schmidthorst College of Business
Undergraduate Student Development
114 Maurer Center, 419-372-2747
The entrepreneurship minor is designed for both business and non-business students and is available to all majors at the University.
Minor (17 hours) - Fall 2020 course requirements
- All courses must be taken for a letter grade, and only courses for which a grade of "C" or better is earned will be counted toward the minor.
- All course prerequisites must be met.
Entry level classes
ESHP minor students need to take one, 15-week, 3 credit hour course.
|ESHP 1010||Introduction to Entrepreneurship||3||None|
|ESHP 1020||Arts Entrepreneurship||3||None|
|ESHP 1030||Real Estate Entrepreneurship||3||None|
|ESHP 1040||Social Entrepreneurship||3||None|
|ESHP 1050||Event Planning Entrepreneurship||3||None|
ESHP minor students need to take four, 7-week, 2 credit hour courses
|ESHP 3310||Entrepreneurial Thinking||2||**|
|ESHP 3320||Product Development||2||**|
|ESHP 3330||Marketing for Entrepreneurs||2||**|
|ESHP 3340||Entrepreneurial Finance||2||**|
* C or better in one entry level course
ESHP minor students need to take two, 7-week, 2 credit hour courses
Venture Creation track
|ESHP 3510||Make It!||2||**|
|ESHP 3520||Viral-Buzz Marketing||2||**|
|ESHP 3530||Venture Creation||2||**|
|ESHP 3610||Intrapreneurs & Innovation||2||**|
|ESHP 3620||New Market Entry||2||**|
|ESHP 3630||Innovation & Disruption||2||**|
** C or better in all core courses
ESHP minor students need to take one, 7-week, 2 credit hour course.
|ESHP 4510||Hatch, It!||2||***|
|ESHP 4610||Insight into Intrapreneurship||2||***|
*** C or better in all ESHP courses
All students must complete at least 17 credit hours toward the minor that are not counted in the student's major or specialization or another minor. Course substitutions for the minor must be approved by the College of Business.
For non-business students, the total number of hours earned in the Schmidthorst College of Business courses must not exceed 25 percent or 30 hours of the 122 hours needed for graduation, counting the major and the minor. (Note: six hours of STAT and nine hours of ECON are exempt from this limitation.)