The Entrepreneurship minor provides students the skills and experiences necessary to start their own successful venture. Courses focus on starting, commercializing and managing a new business.
Students must have already been admitted to a Wright State major program of study. Students must have junior standing (at least 60 credit hours completed). The minor is open to business and non-business majors. Non-business majors may not take any other business courses other than those required by the minor. Three courses that are required for non-business majors (MKT 2500 Principles of Marketing, MGT 3100 Mgt & Org Behavior, and FIN 2210 Fin. Mgt. or ACC 2010 Prin. Acctg. are necessary foundational business courses for student success in the program (these required courses are also required of all business majors).