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Entrepreneurship Minor

Semester Requirements

Jerry Curnutt, Minor Adviser
(585) 475-4713, jcurnutt@saunders.rit.edu

The entrepreneurship minor allows students to learn business skills that can be applied to any professional field. Students gain insight into the customer requirements and financial implications involved in taking a product or service from idea to implementation.

Course
Required Courses
MGMT-350 Entrepreneurship
Choose one of the following
   MGMT-470    Applied Entrepreneurship and Commercialization
   MGMT-550    Field Experience in Business Consulting (or another approved field experience)
Electives
Choose three of the following
   MGMT-215    Organizational Behavior
   MGMT-360    Digital Entrepreneurship
   MGMT-420    Managing Innovation and Technology
   MKTG-230    Principles of Marketing
   MKTG-320    Internet Marketing 
   FINC-359    Financing New Ventures
   ACCT-500    Cost Management in Technical Organizations
   ACCT-110    Financial Accounting 
   ACCT-210    Management Accounting

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The entrepreneurship minor allows students to learn business skills that can be applied to any professional field. Students will gain insight into the customer requirements and financial implications involved in taking a product or service from idea to implementation.

Required Course:
0102-490 Entrepreneurship

Choose one of the following entrepreneurial experiences:
0102-545 Applied Entrepreneurship and Commercialization
0102-547 Field Experience in Business Consulting

Other approved field experience:
Kate Gleason College of Engineering Senior Design Capstone
RIT Student Incubator
Faculty-approved field experiences

Electives—Choose three of the following:
0101-301 Financial Accounting
0101-302 Management Accounting
0101-494 Cost Accounting in Technical Organizations
0102-250 World of Business
0102-415 Digital Entrepreneurship
0102-530 Managing Innovation and Technology
0104-359 Financing New Ventures
0105-363 Principles of Marketing
0105-440 Internet Marketing
0609-410 Patents and Trade Secrets
0610-517 Product Ideation and Concept Solution
0610-518 Development and Design of New Products
0610-519 Product Realization
2035-410 Consumer Product Design II
2035-506 Design Collaboration
2035-512 Advanced Product Design
2035-527 Package Design
4002-455 Technology Transfer
4002-460 Needs Assessment