Entrepreneurial Studies

This interdisciplinary minor provides opportunities to students to learn about the process of creating value through recognizing and developing opportunities. In addition to feasibility analysis and business planning, the program deals with the topics of innovation, opportunity recognition, technology transfer, industry analysis, and competitive strategy.

Program information

Entrepreneurial Studies minor (links to Ivy College of Business)

2019-2020 Catalog requirements


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Careers and internships


Entrepreneurial Studies prepares students with plans including:

  • Opening their own business sometime in the future
  • Getting a job helping other companies expand in new areas or with new products

Careers Services

Students and alumni are eligible to contact career services in the College of Human Sciences for assistance in these areas:

  • Job search materials such as resumes and cover letters
  • Job and internship search strategies
  • Interviewing skills


Entrepreneurial Studies students find internships in a range of businesses from small-town companies to corporations for a behind-the-scenes understanding of running a business.

View past student internship experiences from all CHS majors.

Transfer plans

While there are no transfer plans specific to the Entrepreneurial Studies minor, transfer plans are available for all College of Human Sciences majors.

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