Creative Entrepreneurship

baker scholars reception The Creative Entrepreneurship minor provides a cross-disciplinary learning opportunity to students who are interested in learning the methodologies, tools, and techniques necessary for the development and growth of new entrepreneurial ventures, business opportunities and an entrepreneurial mindset. 

This minor expands on the understanding of entrepreneurial thinking and the discipline for all the creative industries. It prepares students with an understanding of entrepreneurship and discovering business opportunities, how to leverage creativity and innovation for these opportunities, and provides the skills to create, build, and manage entrepreneurial ventures.

This Creative Entrepreneurship minor is available to students in the Schools of Art and Design, Business and Technology and Liberal Arts.

Minor Coordinator: William Reinsch, Business and Liberal Arts Center, Room B451

Requirements

EP 311 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (3 credits)

Complete four of the following courses.

Course Credits
EP 300* / FD 300* Fashion Design Concept Launchpad (Interdisciplinary)  3
EP 360 SOCIAL ENTERPRISE 3
EP 361 COGNITIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3
EP 362 INTRODUCTION TO BLOCKCHAIN FOR CREATIVE BUSINESSES 3
EP 364 Understanding, developing web 3.0 Business Opportunities and NFTs (non-fungible Tokens) 3
EP/CM 363 BEAUTY ENTREPRENEURSHIP  3
CM 251 THE BUSINESS OF BEAUTY 360  3
DM 321 DATABASE MARKETING*  3
FM 305 The Business of Building a fashion Brand 3

Courses marked with an * require special permission from Direct and Interactive Marketing.

Please check the Undergraduate Catalog for course descriptions and any prerequisite information.