Entrepreneurship Minor

For Non-Rutgers Business School students

Non-RBS students pursuing the entrepreneurship minor will take all 6 courses (18 credits). The suggested course track for this minor will be to first take the Preliminary Core Requirements designed to provide students with general business skills (9 credits), then take the Entrepreneurship Core courses (6 Credits), and finally select an elective (3 credits).

Preliminary Core Requirements (9 credits)

Course # Title Cr

29:382:103

29:010:203

Accounting for Entrepreneurs & Small Businesses

or

Financial Accounting

3

29:382:203

29:390:329

Finance for Entrepreneurs & Small Businesses

or

Finance *Requires additional courses, see below

3

29:382:202

29:630:301

Marketing for Entrepreneurs & Small Businesses

or

Intro to Marketing

3

*Finance Requires
(29:010:203 Introduction to Financial Accounting, 29:010:204 Introduction to Managerial Accounting and 21:220:231 and 21:640:119 Basic Calculus)

Prior to enrolling in any of these courses, students must have completed English Comp (21:355:101) or equivalent and Algebra (21:640:109) or equivalent. The basic business skills courses are specialized versions of our existing business core courses. Students may substitute the relevant business core course for any of the basic business skills courses. Specifically, Accounting for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses (29:382:103) can be replaced with Introduction to Financial Accounting (29:010:203); Finance for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses (29:382:203) can be replaced with Introduction to Finance (29:390:330) which requires Basic calculus (29:640:119) ; and Marketing for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses (29:382:202) can be replaced with Introduction to Marketing (29:630:301).

Entrepreneurship Core Requirements (6 credits)

Course # Title Cr
29:382:302 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 3
29:382:303 Managing Growing Ventures 3

Electives (3 credits)

Course # Title Cr
29:382:340 Creativity, Innovation, & Entrepreneurship 3
29:382:496 Entrepreneurship Practicum 3
29:382:355 Managing Technological Innovation 3
29:382:352 Multicultural Market 3
29:382:486 Music Industry 3
29:630:369 New Product Planning 3
29:382:310 Social Entrepreneurship 3
29:382:360 Technology Ventures 3
29:382:342 Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development 3

For more information, please contact Alfred E. Blake IV, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Programs.