The Minor in Business (Entrepreneurship) is designed for students pursuing a non-business degree program who have aspirations of launching their own business or an enterprise within an organization. Hands-on learning is emphasized and students will have the opportunity to design and create their own business.
The Minor in Business (Entrepreneurship) enhances your education and career opportunities by equipping you with an entrepreneurial mindset and business skills that complement your academic foundation.
Developing an entrepreneurial mindset is beneficial to students in all disciplines. It will help you to prepare for and adapt to an employment landscape that is dynamic and uncertain. Learn how to pitch ideas, create new businesses and to commercialize your talents.
Learn to harness your imagination to find new ways of doing things and to identify new business opportunities. Collaborate with students from different programs, drawing upon diverse backgrounds to inspire innovative ideas.
Learn how to approach opportunities and challenges like an entrepreneur. Develop skills such as initiative, critical thinking, communication and adaptability. Learn how to solve problems through design thinking and succeed in a variety of settings.
Learn how to turn your idea into a real business venture or social enterprise. Develop a valuable business skillset. Learn about financing, strategies for growth, and how to develop a business plan.
For program requirements, please see the Undergraduate Calendar.
Sprott School of Business
1125 Colonel By Drive
Phone: 613-520-2388Contact page