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ENTR Minor

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Minor

The Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation consists of 18 credits – 2 core courses ( 3 credits each) and 4 elective courses (3 credits each). Six credits must be at the 300 or 400 level.

*CORE COURSES [Required, 6 credits]*

*ENTR 200*  Introduction to Entrepreneurship (required for all students)
*ENTR 201*   The Entrepreneurial Mindset
OR
*POLI /AMST/SOCI 205*   Civic Agency and Social Entrepreneurship
(Either ENTR 201 or this course will fulfill the second required core course for the minor.)

The remaining elective courses (12 credits)* may be selected from below:

*UPPER LEVEL COURSES*

*ENTR 300* INTERNSHIP

*ENTR 320* ENTREPRENEURIAL MARKETING

*ENTR 340* INNOVATION, CREATIVE PROBLEM-SOLVING AND THE SOCIALPRENEUR – Gib Mason

ELECTIVE COURSES TO DATE (MORE TO BE ADDED AS APPROVED):

Course Number Course Name Professor
AGING 361 Technology and the Future of Aging G. Madjaroff
AMST 422 Preserving Places, Making Spaces in Baltimore N. King
ART 361 Digital Darkroom C. Thompson
ART 380 History and Theory of Games N. McDonald
CHEM 102 H Principles of Chemistry II Honors T. Carpenter
CHEM 405L Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory M. Onuta
ECON 101Y Principles of Microeconomics (1 credit) All
ECON 418 The Economics of Innovation and Technology D. Mitch
ECON 476 Portfolio Analysis & Mgmt C. Yuan
ECON 479 Venture Capital and Capital Markets M. Rose
ECON 482 International Finance C. Yuan
ENCH 486 Survey of Sensors & Instrumentation G. Rao
ENME 204 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Design with CAD All
ENME 444 Mechanical Engineering Systems Design Capstone All
ENME 489 Global Engineering M. Zupan
ENME 489 Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering: Medical Device Development Neil Rothman
FYS 102 Creativity, Innovation and Invention Gib Mason
HAPP/SOCY 354 Social Bases of Public and Community Health A. Kalfoglou
HIST 200 Themes in World History: Entrepreneurship in the Early Modern World A. Froide
HIST 311 American Entrepreneurs from Columbus to Jobs C. Chapin
IS 420 Database Application Development G. Karabatis
IS 428 Data Mining Techniques & Application V. Janeja
IS 448 Markup and Scripting Languages S. Sampath
MGMT 210 The Practice of Management All
MGMT 310 Human Resource Management P. Sadler
MUSC 323 Careers in Music L. Cella
STAT390 Introduction to Statistical Consulting L. Stanwyck
THTR 345 Auditioning and the Business of Acting Staff
THTR 460 Senior Capstone W. Salkind

For more information, contact George Karabatis at georgek@umbc.edu or Vivian Armor at armor@umbc.edu.