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Entrepreneurship 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.

If you are interested in enrolling in the ENTR Minor please click here or follow the link below:

*CORE COURSES [Required, 6 credits]*

*ENTR 200*  Introduction to Entrepreneurship
*ENTR 201*   The Entrepreneurial Mindset

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



*ENTR 300* Internship
*ENTR 320* Entrepreneurial Marketing
*ENTR 330* Entrepreneurial Finance
*ENTR 340* Innovation, Creative Problem-Solving and the Socialpreneur


ELECTIVE COURSES TO DATE (More to be added as approved):
Course Number Course Name Professor
AFST 385 Problem Solving in the Urban Black Community T. King-Meadows
AGING 361 Technology for Management of Aging Services G. Madjaroff
AMST 422 Preserving Places, Making Spaces in Baltimore N. King
AMST/POLI/SOCI 205 Civic Agency and Social Entrepreneurship D. Hoffman
ART 319 Space and Place in Public Art and Urbanism P. Jacob
ART 322

ART 339

ART 341

Social Entrepreneurship in Place

Design Thinking for the Social Entrepreneur

Introduction to Animation

S. Bradley

G. Rozanc

C. Parks

ART 392

ART 462

Special Topics: Teaching Artist = Change Agent

Entrepreneurial Practices in Photography

S. Bradley

C. Thompson

ART 427/691 Museum Practice S. Abbott
BIOL 412

BIOL 420

Microbial Systems and Synthetic Biology

Advanced Topics in Cell Biology

J. Gardner

S. Miller

CHEM 311L Advanced Laboratory I L. Kelly
CHEM 405L Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory M. Onuta
CMPE 349 Introduction to Professional Practice C. LaBerge
CMPE 450 Capstone I C. LaBerge
CMPE 451 Capstone II C. LaBerge
ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics B. Ma
ECON 374

ECON 408

Financial Management

Managerial Economics

D. Lamdin

N. Dasgupta

ECON 418 The Economics of Innovation and Technology D. Mitch
ECON 467 Health Economics C. Yee
ECON 476 Portfolio Analysis & Mgmt C. Yuan
ECON 479 Venture Capital and Capital Market Imperfections M. Rose
ECON 482 International Finance C. Yuan
ENCH 225L Chemical Engineering Problem Solving and Experimental Design Lab G. Szeto/N. Raikar
ENCH 486

ENME 204

A Survey of Sensors & Instrumentation

Introduction to Mechanical Engineering Design with CAD

G. Rao


ENME 408
(formerly ENME 489)
Special Topics:  Global Engineering M. Zupan
ENME 444 Mechanical Engineering Systems Design Capstone All
ENME 482L Vibrations and Controls Laboratory A. Gadsden
ENME 489-05 Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering: Medical Device Development Neil Rothman
FYS 102 Creativity, Innovation and Invention Gib Mason
GWST 200 Studies in Feminist Activism K. Drabinski
HAPP/SOCY 354 Social Bases of Public and Community Health A. Kalfoglou
HIST 206
(formerly HIST 200)
Themes in World History: Entrepreneurship in the Early Modern World A. Froide
HIST 311 American Entrepreneurs from Columbus to Jobs C. Chapin
HIST 411 Service Learning in Public History D. Meringolo
INDS 430 Applied Learning Experience:
The Upcycle Project
S. McAlpine
IS 320

IS 420

Advanced Business Applications

Database Application Development

D. Smith

G. Karabatis

IS 428 Data Mining Techniques & Application V. Janeja
IS 448 Markup and Scripting Languages S. Sampath
MCS 355 Social Media:  Networking and Mobility D. Snyder
MCS 377 Desktop Publishing and the Web Staff
MGMT 210 The Practice of Management All
MGMT 310 Human Resource Management P. Sadler
MUSC 323 Career Development for Musicians L. Cella
THTR 345 Auditioning and the Business of Acting Staff
THTR 460 Theatre Capstone Staff

For more information, contact George Karabatis at or Vivian Armor at