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Department: Entrepreneurship



Notre Dame's entrepreneurship minor provides students with a road map for getting their business or non-profit up and running.

Realize the dream of becoming your own boss. Develop the problem solving negotiation, organizing, ambiguity and risk tolerance skills needed to succeed as a leader in the business and non-profit marketplace. The entrepreneurship minor provides an introduction to both business entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship for students to combine with their major area of academic study. 


The program requires the completion of 7 courses (21 credits):

  • BUS-302 Principles of Management
  • BUS-303 Principles of Marketing
  • BUS-261 Managing Financial Resources
  • BUS-401 Entrepreneurship I
  • BUS-402 Entrepreneurship II
  • two elective courses offered by several departments on campus and chosen in consultation with the entrepreneurship academic advisor

Business majors substitute BUS-211, BUS-212 and BUS-321 for BUS-416.

No more than three courses from the student’s major may be applied to the completion of the entrepreneurship minor.