The Farley Center undergraduate minor in entrepreneurship is designed for students who are interested in pursuing a practical education in how to start a business or how to make innovation a cornerstone of their career paths.
The minor requires 8 courses, including 5 core courses, and 3 electives. No more than 3 courses may be double counted within a student's major program. Courses with a grade lower than “C-” cannot be applied to the minor.
Please note, many of our graduate level courses are open to undergrads. Refer to the Farley Center website for a complete listing of all courses.
- ENTREP 225-0 Principles of Entrepreneurship OR ENTREP 325-0 Engineering Entrepreneurship (IEMS 325-0 Engineering Entrepreneurship may be substituted for ENTREP 325-0 Engineering Entrepreneurship)
- ENTREP 360-0 Leadership, Ethics, and You
- ENTREP 330-1 Startup Accounting and Finance
- ENTREP 331-0 Entrepreneurial Sales and Marketing
- Any Farley Center experiential course (includes all NUvention courses, Radical Entrepreneurship – ENTREP 350-1 Radical Entrepreneurship, and Innovate for Impact – ENTREP 340-0 Innovate for Impact)
- Any Farley Center course
- Independent Study with Farley Center faculty member (ENTREP 399-0 Independent Study with Farley Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation) - Max. one unit
- Other coursework related to entrepreneurship from other programs, including BIP, Segal, Medill/IMC (must be a 300-level course and students must get prior approval from the Farley Center)