Art Entrepreneurship

The Minor in Art Entrepreneurship is a twelve-hour course of study for students in any major. Students completing the program learn how to develop an idea and turn it into a sustainable, functional enterprise in the sale and distribution of your art. Conceptualize, develop, and implement entrepreneurial strategies that will help you transition from academic life to your artistic career.  If students have questions about this minor or need help enrolling in the ART courses, please contact Liz Di Donna at Required courses for all majors:

  • ENT 2000 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (fall, spring and summer)
  • ENT 4014 New Venture Creation (fall, spring and summer)
  • ART 4930C Entrepreneurship in Art (spring)

Studio Art majors, choose one of the following electives:

  • ART 4943 Internship (recommended)
  • ENT 3607 Innovation by Design (fall, spring and summer)
  • ENT 4225 Negotiations (spring)

All other majors, choose one Studio Art elective:

  • ART 1201C 2D Foundations (fall, spring and summer)
  • ART 1203C 3D Foundations (fall, spring and summer)
  • ART 1300C Drawing Foundations (fall, spring and summer)
  • ART 1602C Digital Foundations (fall, spring and summer)


After completion of an entrepreneurship minor, please complete the Minor Certificate Application to receive a minor certificate in the mail. Please note, minor certificates will not be mailed out until you have graduated from Florida State University and the University verifies your undergraduate degree requirements.