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ENTREPRENEURSHIP minor

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Why minor in entrepreneurship at Weber State?  

Our entrepreneurship minor teaches the skills you need to identify opportunities in the marketplace and launch your own business, even before graduation. Entrepreneurship minors develop abilities and attitudes that enable the creation of new ventures, and are also useful for reinvigorating established organizations. We awarded $55,000 in funding during the 2014-15 academic year to students who started 10 businesses. Competitions are held each year with cash awards ranging from $250-$30,000.

EXPERIENCE 
personal attention, excellent academics, targeted experience  


$55k
seed money awarded in 2020 

3
complete minor in 3 semesters

FLEXIBLE
great minor for ANY major

$130k
given in scholarships & seed funding


WHAT WILL YOU LEARN 
in the entrepreneurship program?  


You'll learn skills such as: developing an entrepreneurial mindset, problem identification and solution creation, how to identify and create valuable entrepreneurial opportunities, financing techniques, sales and marketing, investor pitching. You'll also get invaluable hands-on experiences such as: the opportunity to compete in multiple contests for big awards and test your concepts, products and ideas in the community to get REAL feedback.


A QUICK LOOK 
hours, GPA, delivery, grad maps, catalog, admissions & careers  



  • HOURS
     

    15 total hours. 


  • GPA
     

    C- or higher in all minor courses


  • MAJOR
     

    No business major required!

  • COURSE DELIVERY 

    • Some evenings, days, online

  • GRAD MAP

    Graduation MAPs (Major Academic Plans) show a semester-by-semester plan for taking all classes needed to earn your degree. 

    GRAD MAP 

  • COURSE REQUIREMENTS

    Explore all of the requirements to complete the entrepreneurship minor. Check the course year, requirements may change. 

    COURSE REQUIREMENTS 

  • ADMISSIONS

    This minor is available to ALL majors. Approval by the Goddard
    School of Business is required to declare the minor.

    ADMISSION APPROVAL 


  • CAREERS & RESOURCES 

    Explore what you can do with a minor in entrepreneurship, job demand, industries, and resources.
     

    ENTREPRENEURSHIP CAREERS 

 


MINOR CLASS REQUIREMENTS 
a quick look at the minor course requirements - MINOR IS OPEN TO EVERYONE  


This minor is open to anyone and is only 15 credits. Approval of a minor program by the John B. Goddard School of Business is required.

COURSE TITLE CREDITS PRE-REQ
CHOOSE ONE OF THESE TWO CLASSES: 
BSAD 1010 3
ACTG 2010 3
THREE REQUIRED CLASSES: 
ENTR 1002 3 BSAD 1010 or ACTG 2010 or ENTR 1001
ENTR 1004 3 ENTR 1002
ENTR 2001 3
CHOOSE ONE OF THESE TWO CLASSES: 
ENTR 3002 3 ENTR 2001
ENTR 4680 3 ENTR 2001 or BSAD 2899 and instructor approval


FANTASTIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP FACULTY 
Take a look at the faculty in the entrepreneurship minor  


 

  • Dave NOack

    David Noack 
    assistant professor & HGEC  executive director

  • Terrilyn Morgan

    Brandon Stoddard 
    instructor & HGEC director

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WHAT ARE STUDENTS SAYING 
about the entrepreneurship program?  


Entrepreneurship students come from all walks of life.  They are generally determined, not afraid to take risks, confident, passionate, understands failure is a stepping stone to success, and are visionaries.

  • Pamela, Entrep minor '18

    "It's an awesome experience working with these people, and developing leadership abilities that I didn't know I had. " 

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