Minor in Entrepreneurship (630000M)
By completing the 18-credit Entrepreneurship minor, any student at The University of Akron can acquire entrepreneurial skills to help start or buy a small business, work for a fast-growth business, family business, franchise, or non-profit. This program already has produced several new and successful businesses and has assisted in the growth of a variety of small businesses. Numerous enterprises have been created and built through this nationally recognized program.
College of Business Administration Undergraduate Programs
http://www.uakron.edu/cba/uadvising * (330) 972-7042 * CBA 260
The following information has official approval of the College of Business Administration, but is intended only as a guide. Completion of this minor is contingent upon many factors, including but not limited to: class availability, total number of required credits, work schedule, finances, family, course drops/withdrawals, successfully passing courses, prerequisites, among others.
This Graduation Planning Summary (GPS) is based on the term you declare your minor & expires in 5 years. Requirements can be subject to change. Students should meet with an academic advisor and check DPR to review academic progress and determine course sequencing each semester. Please see the CBA advising website for specific Admission criteria for the College of Business. Please refer to the University Requirements for Minor Areas of Study for specific graduation information regarding minors.
|6300:201||Introduction to Entrepreneurship||3|
|6300:301||New Venture Creation||3|
|6400:200||Foundations of Personal Finance 1||3|
|or 6400:300||Introduction to Finance|
|or 6400:301||Principles of Finance|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Introduction to E-Business|
|Internship in Business Administration|
|Independent Study in Business Administration|
|Cost Management and Control 2|
|Contemporary Federal Taxation 2|
|Business Entity Taxation 2|
|Assurance Services and Professional Responsibilities 2|
|Advanced Managerial Accounting 2|
|Entrepreneurial Field Project|
|Real Estate Principles: Value Approach|
|Real Estate Finance|
|Risk Management: Life and Health Insurance 2|
|Financial Statement Analysis 2|
|Business Information Systems|
|Supply Chain and Operations Analysis|
|Service Operations Management|
|Human Resource Management|
|Quality Management & Control|
|International Management 2|
|Integrated Marketing Communications 2|
|Brand Management 2|
|Business Negotiations 2|
|Foreign Market Entry 2|
Students admitted to the College of Engineering with 48 credit hours completed are not required to take 6200:250 Spreadsheet Modeling & Decision Analysis as a prerequisite.
3450:145 Algebra for Calculus (or higher level courses 3450:149 Precalculus Mathematics, 3450:215 Concepts of Calculus or 3450:221 Analytic Geometry-Calculus I) is a required pre-requisite for this course. If 3450:145 has not already been taken, please consult with your academic advisor regarding placement into this course. If students do not place into 3450:145, they may be required to take additional courses in the Math sequence in order to take 3450:145. Statistics courses such as 3470:250 Statistics for Everyday Life and 3470:260 Basic Statistics are not appropriate substitutions or prerequisites for 3450:145.
For more information on UA’s placement testing services, please call 330.972.6511, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Schrank Hall North room 153.
Must be admitted to 4 year degree granting major.