Management majors are not eligible for a minor in Entrepreneurship if pursuing the concentration in Entrepreneurship in catalog years 2013/2014 and prior.
- Students must meet with a Lutgert College of Business advisor to declare a minor and review the course requirements.
- A grade of C or higher is required in all courses for the minor.
- A minimum of 12 credit hours of the minor must be completed at FGCU.
- Students desiring certification of a minor and designation on their academic transcript must:
- Note the minor on the Application for Graduation.
- Contact a Lutgert College of Business advisor to certify completion of all course requirements for the declared minor as listed below.
Complete one of the following:
- ENT 2000 Intro to Entrepreneurship (3)
- ENT 2010 Principles of Entrepreneurship (3)
- MAN 3025 Principles of Management (3)*
Complete the following:
- ENT 3004 Entrepreneurship & Creativity (3)
- ENT 3114 New Venture Laboratory (3)
- ENT 3204 New Venture Growth (3)
- Select one approved elective from the following:
- ACG 3341 Cost Accounting (3)
- ADV 3008 Principles of Advertising (3)
- EGN 3641C Entrepreneurship Engineering (3)
- ENT 3273 Launching Your Business (3)
- ENT 3422 New Venture Capital Management (3)
- ENT 3503 Social Entrepreneurship (3)
- ENT 3618 Technology & Innovation (3)
- HFT 3757 Principles of Event (3)
- HFT 3802 Catering & Special Events (3)
- HFT 4275 Resort Development & Mgt. (3)
- HFT 4380 Golf Course Ownership (3)
- MAN 3781 Sustainable Business (3)
- MAN 4602 Global Business Strategy & Organization (3)
- MAR 3400 Professional Selling (3)
- MAR 3503 Consumer Behavior (3)
- MAR 4613 Market Research (3)
- REE 3043 Real Estate Fundamentals (3)
Other 3000/4999 level courses with an entrepreneurship focus may be considered to meet the elective requirement (see LCOB advisor).
*MAN 3025 - Required Business Common Core course for Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Economics, Finance, Management and Marketing majors.
TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS REQUIRED: 15 HRS
Transfer Notes and Acceptable Substitutes
Transfer credits will ordinarily be accepted from regionally accredited institutions and evaluated for appropriate credit toward requirements in the student's degree program.
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