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Minor & Concentration

Ursinus offers two options for students who are interested in incorporating entrepreneurship in their curriculum. In both options, our approach is interdisciplinary and emphasizes the collaborative nature of students, across academic disciplines.

Entrepreneurial Studies Minor

Courses & Requirments

The Entrepreneurial Studies minor is designed for students who have an interest in entrepreneurial thought and action. Students are inspired to be problem solvers, creative members of innovative teams, change agents, and mission-driven leaders. Students develop an understanding of the entrepreneurial mindset through a variety of courses and experiential learning. The Entrepreneurial Studies minor asks students to consider the questions, “What will I do?” and, “How can we live together?” while working on transformative ideas.

Entrepreneurial Studies offers students the opportunity to learn by doing and provides them with the knowledge and confidence to take on entrepreneurial initiatives in the natural sciences, social sciences, arts or business. It is the combined aspects of an entrepreneurial mindset and a sound business foundation that enables students to differentiate themselves and be productive members of society. Entrepreneurial Studies helps students to develop the skills necessary to be ethically responsible leaders who demonstrate that one can be economically successful while adhering to a strong moral code of conduct.

Entrepreneurship Concentration for Business Economics Majors

Courses & Requirments

This option is only to Business Economics majors. If you pursue a Business Economics major, you can choose to concentrate in Entrepreneurship. Visit the Course Catalog at the link above see the required courses for this concentration.