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Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship Minor

The Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Minor in Entrepreneurship is offered through a collaboration of Fisher, the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Engineering, the College of Education and Human Ecology, and the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Services.

Designed for capturing the economic value in creative ideas for commercially viable products and services, this educational program enhances a student's understanding of entrepreneurship, encourages exploration into personal career opportunities through entrepreneurial studies, and develops specific competencies in the creation, growth, and leadership of entrepreneurial enterprises. The minor requires successful completion of a minimum of 15 hours and five courses.

The Entrepreneurship Minor does not have an application process. In order to graduate with an Entrepreneurship Minor, you must meet the guidelines listed on the curriculum requirements page. Upon completing the requirements, a student need only to file the Entrepreneurship Minor Program Form with their college office. No approval from Fisher College of Business is required.