Minors

The Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship will award four entrepreneurship minors. Over time, the college will expand with additional minors, collaborating with other colleges and programs around campus.

Upon completion of an entrepreneurship minor, please apply for a Minor Certificate. Please feel free to contact Kaylee Blanchard with any questions.

Minor Certificate Application
Note: Please allow one semester after your application has been submitted to receive your minor certificate.

Commercial Entrepreneurship

(also available to Panama City students)

  • ENT 2000 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (previously ENT3003)
  • ENT 3423 Funding Sources
  • ENT 4014 New Venture Creation
  • One Approved Elective (listed below)

Computational Science Entrepreneurship

  • ENT 2000 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (previously ENT3003)
  • ISC 1057  Computational Thinking
  • ISC 3275 Introduction to Game Design and Simulation
    • or ISC 3313 Introduction to Scientific Computing
  • One Approved Elective (listed below)

Hospitality Entrepreneurship

(also available to Panama City students)

  • ENT 2000 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (previously ENT3003)
  • HFT 1000 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism
  • HFT 3240 Managing Service Organizations
  • One Approved Elective (listed below)

Retail Entrepreneurship

  • ENT 2000 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (previously ENT3003)
  • CTE 3806 Introduction to Merchandising
  • CTE 3862 Retail Operations
  • One Approved Elective (listed below)

Social Entrepreneurship

  • ENT 2000 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (previously ENT3003)
  • ISS 3241 Foundations of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Choice of one of the following SEI Capstone Courses:

  • ISS 4931 Leading Social Enterprise and Innovation
  • ECS 3022 Social Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
  • PAD 4936 Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Choice of one of the following:

  • ISS 4944  SEI Internship
  • One Approved Elective (listed below)

STEM Entrepreneurship

  • ENT 2000 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (previously ENT3003)
  • ENT 2624 Enough to be Dangerous
  • ENT 2XXX Survey of STEM
  • One Approved Elective (listed below)

Approved Electives

  • ENT 2624 Enough to be Dangerous
  • ENT 2630 Themed Experience
  • ENT 2802 Entrepreneurship and Contemporary Society
  • ENT 3173 Franchising
  • ENT 3203 Managing Growth
  • ENT 3273 Family Business
  • ENT 3607 Innovation by Design
  • ENT 3613 Innovation and Creativity
  • ENT 4255 Negotiations
  • ENT 4625 Music Entrepreneurship
  • ENT 4808 Psychology of Entrepreneurship
  • ENT 4934 Special Topics in Entrepreneurship
  • ENT 4XXX Mechatronics
  • An approved internship through your department