Minor in Entrepreneurial Studies
Why Minor in Entrepreneurial Studies at Eastern?
Entrepreneurial Studies at Eastern University is focused on opportunity identification, enhancement, and realization to create value for all stakeholders in the context of Christian faith. Entrepreneurship has evolved to include companies and organizations of all types and stages. The skills the student will learn through the entrepreneurial studies major are vital for the success of any organization: large or small, public or private, corporate or not-for-profit, local or global.
The minor in Entrepreneurial Studies at Eastern University includes the following:
|Course Number||Course Name||Credit|
|ACCT 107||Accounting Principles I|
|ENTR 205||Essentials of Entrepreneurship|
|ENTR 305||Managing Entrepreneurial Enterprises|
|ENTR 315||Marketing in Entreprenerial Organizations|
|ENTR 320||Social Entrepreneurship|
|ENTR 410||Entrepreneurial Negotiation and Sales|
|Total Credit Hours:||18|
Full descriptions of undergraduate course offerings are available in Eastern's undergraduate course catalog.