This minor in Entrepreneurship will complement any major at the University and is designed for both non-business and business majors. It provides students the tools and insights necessary to launch a new venture, whether it is for-profit or not-for-profit. Turning a passion, cause, or idea into a functioning enterprise requires acumen in marketing, finance, law, and management. The required course sequence in the minor covers everything from start-up considerations, business planning, capital sourcing, and legal considerations to integrating family members into the business, moving the business across generations, and selling the business to a third party. The "select from" course options provide students a way to tailor the minor to their specific interests or shore up skill deficiencies in areas they want to emphasize in developing their new enterprise. While this minor is designed to accommodate students who are naturally creative, innovative or who plan to start and run their own enterprise, it will also be helpful to students who plan to work for an organization with an entrepreneurial mindset. In our current evolving and volatile economy, jobs no longer last decades. Inevitably, students, in their adult lives, will encounter the appeal of starting their own enterprise and this minor offers the fundamental knowledge and skills to support that choice. Finally, given the rapidly changing nature of our economy, employers are increasingly interested in hiring employees with an entrepreneurial or innovative mindset. This minor is ideally aligned to help students acquire that way of thinking and working.