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Expand Your Horizons

Entrepreneurship Minor

Gain a Creative Edge

Being able to think like an entrepreneur is a valuable asset, whether you’re starting your own business or working for a large organization. A minor in entrepreneurship gives you the skills, knowledge and mindset to thrive in any industry. The St. Thomas Minor in Entrepreneurship is open to St. Thomas undergraduate students not currently earning a business degree. Through our engaging, practical curriculum, you’ll learn to:

  • Identify and analyze new opportunities
  • Take a creative approach to problem-solving
  • Be action-oriented, ready to seize opportunities that create real value.
These skills are important in all types of organizations, from small start-ups to large corporate settings.


ENTR 260 Entrepreneurial Thinking
ENTR 350 Entrepreneurial Research

ENTR 340 Social Entrepreneurship
ENTR 348 Franchise Management
ENTR 349 Family Business Ownership
ENTR 360 Creativity and Change
ENTR 370 Entrepreneurial Financial Resource Management
ENTR 371 Silicon Valley & Entrepreneurial Thinking
ENTR 380 Entrepreneurship in Practice
ENTR 490 Topics

MUSC 363 Emerging Models in Music Industry
MUSC 480 Music Business Seminar
SOWK 430 Development and Fundraising for Social Service Agencies
Any 300-level Opus College of Business course, with approval from Entrepreneurship department chair