Entrepreneurship Minor

Program Description

The Entrepreneurship Minor is appropriate for students who wish to develop a business or work for a startup. The program provides an introduction to the basic concepts and principles of accounting, the appropriate marketing strategies for a new product or startup, the development of a business plan, the application process for EU funds, strategies for continuous innovation, and the skills necessary to manage change and conflict. The Entrepreneurship Minor complements other majors at AUBG by teaching non-business students how to turn their passion into a business.

Learning Outcomes

The objectives of the Minor in Entrepreneurship are to enable students to: 

  • understand the vocabulary of accounting; 
  • understand the principles of marketing a new product or startup; 
  • understand how to develop a business plan and pursue funding; 
  • understand how to create a business model that strives for continuous innovation; 
  • understand how to manage conflict and change within an organization.

Total: 6 courses

Required Courses (4 courses):
ENT 220 Financial Accounting for Entrepreneurs
ENT 261 Marketing for Entrepreneurs
ENT 300 Entrepreneurship
EUR 303 Policies and Policy Making in the EU*

*EUR 212 is a prerequisite for EUR 303. Students wishing to pursue a minor in Entrepreneurship will need to take EUR 212 in addition to the other courses in the minor.

Elective Courses (2 courses):
ENT 400 Topics in Entrepreneurship
ENT 401 Topics in Entrepreneurship Practice
ENT 402 Entrepreneurship Internship
ENT 440 Conflict Management
ENT 441 Change Management
ENT 462 New Product Development

ENT 220 is substitutable by BUS 220. ENT 261 is substitutable by BUS 260.

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