About the Kelley Undergraduate Program
Minors and Certificate
Minor in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
The 21-credit Minor in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management is intended for non-business majors who have aspirations and goals in business that will require entrepreneurial skills. Such students might plan to open businesses of their own or work for smaller and/or family-owned businesses. As an alternative to the more traditional minor in business, the minor in entrepreneurship and small business management could fulfill such students’ educational needs while allowing them to pursue their career goals more directly.
Requirements for the Minor in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management are:
- Complete 26 or more credit hours of college work that counts toward graduation and be admitted to an appropriate degree-granting school at IU Bloomington.
- Successfully complete the following courses
- BUS-A 200 or BUS-A 201 or BUS-A 202 (3 cr.)
- BUS-K 201 (3 cr.)1
- BUS-L 201 or BUS-L 311 (3 cr.)
- BUS-W 212 (3 cr.)
- BUS-M 300 (3 cr.)
- BUS-W 300 (3 cr.)
- Successfully complete one of the following elective courses (Note: Students who matriculated to IU Bloomington prior to fall 2003, do not need to take an elective for this minor):
- BUS-F 300 (3 cr.)
- BUS-G 300 (3 cr.)
- BUS-P 300 (3 cr.)
- BUS-Z 302 or BUS-J 306 (3 cr.)
1CSCI majors may substitute CSCI-C 211 for BUS-K 201 if they are pursuing a business minor; however, if they change majors or become business majors, they must take BUS-K 201.