A minor or certificate in entrepreneurship will prepare you for start-up success.

An entrepreneurship education will expose you to entrepreneurial enterprises and equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to launch a business that will be financially successful.

 

Entrepreneurship Minor Courses & Electives

  • Entrepreneurial Fundamentals

  • Introduction to Economics

  • Principles of Marketing

  • Entrepreneurship

  • Entrepreneurial Strategy

  • Field of Study course  

  • Consumer Behavior

  • Marketing Research

  • Advertising and Promotion

  • Digital Advertising

  • Personal Selling

  • Sales Management

  • Services Marketing

  • Distribution and Logistics

  • Retail Management

  • New Product Management

  • Global Marketing

  • Global Trade Practices

  • Value-based Pricing

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Entrepreneurship Certificate Courses & Electives

  • Entrepreneurial Fundamentals

  • Introduction to Economics

  • Principles of Marketing

  • Entrepreneurship

  • Entrepreneurial Strategy

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Learn more about entrepreneurial resources available to UNI students.

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