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Degree Requirements

Entrepreneurship Major

A UD Bachelor of Science degree with a major in entrepreneurship (ENT) consists of:

Sophomore Year (Required)

  • MGT 220 ENT Sophomore Experience I
  • MGT 221 ENT Sophomore Experience II

Junior Year (Required)

  • MGT 320 New Venture Creation
  • MGT 321 Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures

Junior or Senior Year, Choose Two:

  • MGT 402 Leadership and Motivation
  • MGT 420 Entrepreneurial Marketing
  • MGT 421 Small Business Management
  • MGT 422 Business Plans for Emerging Firms
  • MGT 423 Human Resource Management for the Emerging Firm
  • MGT 424 Family Business Management
  • MGT 429 Current Issues in Entrepreneurship
  • MGT 429 Franchising

Senior Year (Required)

  • MGT 430 Senior Seminar in Entrepreneurship

Advisor for Entrepreneurship Majors

Brad Balser is your official advisor for entrepreneurship.

Entrepreneurship Minor

Business Majors

For business majors, the minor in entrepreneurship consists of:

  • MGT 320 New Venture Creation
  • MGT 321 Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures

Choose three courses from the following electives:

  • MGT 402 Leadership and Motivation
  • MGT 420 Entrepreneurial Marketing
  • MGT 421 Small Business Management
  • MGT 422 Business Plans for Emerging Firms
  • MGT 423 Human Resource Management for the Emerging Firm
  • MGT 424 Family Business Management
  • MGT 429 Current Issues in Entrepreneurship

Non-Business Majors

For non-business majors, the minor in entrepreneurship consists of:

  • ACC 200 Introduction to Accounting
  • MGT 201 Legal Environment of Business
  • MGT 320 New Venture Creation
  • MGT 321 Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures
  • MGT 421 Small Business Management

A minor in entrepreneurship may petition the department chair to substitute other management courses in place of one but not two, of these electives. MGT 427 and MGT 499 however, are not among those courses that may be used as substitutes. The request will be considered in light of the student's overall academic program and other intentions.