About the Entrepreneurship Minor
This new university-wide minor is for students wishing for an intensive exposure to entrepreneurship. Several of the courses have alternative offerings from across different colleges in the University, so some of student's own college courses may count towards the minor. While the minor is designed for non-business majors, students will be sitting next to business school students in some of the classes, the start of interdisciplinary teams from across Northeastern. The project work in class can also lead to new ventures advanced through clubs like the Entrepreneurs Club and IDEA, Northeastern's venture accelerator.
The Entrepreneurship minor consists of five courses including two that may be taken either from the business school faculty or in the student's home college.
ENTR2301: Innovation! (Substitutes include ARTG1250 or GE1110)
ENTR2303: Opportunity Assessment & Entrepreneurial Marketing
ENTR3330: Lean Design and Development for Entrepreneurs (Substitutes include ARTG3462, ENTR3403, PHSC3411, BIOL5579)
ENTR2305: Business Modeling for Entrepreneurs
ENTR4501/4503: New Venture Creation
Students may take one course for the minor at a Northeastern-sanctioned study abroad program. The course must be approved by the D'Amore-McKim School of Business prior to departure.