Entrepreneurship Minor

Entrepreneurship is the mechanism by which new products, services and organizational processes are identified, refined and realized as a sustainable part of society. The minor provides students with the background to undertake entrepreneurial activities in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors. Designed so students may select specific courses that focus on the profession of their choice, the program provides an education in and experience with the techniques and methods involved in new venture development. While administratively hosted within the School of Business & Social Sciences the entrepreneurship minor connects entrepreneurial efforts among multiple majors at Colby-Sawyer College through a coordinated curriculum.


The minor in Entrepreneurship consists of 20 credits.

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