Entrepreneurship Minor

Make your passion your career with a minor in entrepreneurship.

entrepreneurship minor student

Students who wish to develop their entrepreneurial potential can pursue the entrepreneurship minor. Anyone interested in starting or owning their own business, whether it is now, after graduation or at some point in their career, can get a taste for what it takes to be an entrepreneur. The spirit of innovation, creativity and idea development can be applied in many contexts such as starting a business, taking over a family business, and pursuing social/non-profit initiatives.

Pitch & Win

Entrepreneurship Competitions

Dream it. Pitch it. Win cash and prizes!

Open to all students and all majors, these competitions are a low-risk way to build on your ideas, practice presentation skills, meet influential business leaders and entrepreneurs, as well as build confidence.

Spring 2019 Competitions

Big Idea Poster Competition: March 13
Tiger Cage Pitch Competition: April 2 & 9
Business Model Competition: TBA

Learn more and how to enter

The minor has been tailored to non-business majors and is open to all Towson University students except those majoring in accounting, business administration, business systems and processes. Students with a business major interested in entrepreneurship can select a concentration in entrepreneurship.

Minor Requirements

All requirements for the entrepreneurship minor must be completed with a grade equivalent of 2.00 or higher and a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher. Students are allowed a maximum of two attempts for all courses. Students electing the entrepreneurship minor are not formally admitted to nor graduate from the College of Business and Economics. See the entrepreneurship minor requirements in the University Catalog.

Entrepreneurship Minor Advising Form (PDF)

Why Choose a Minor?

Broaden Your Educational Experience

A minor course of study allows you to complement your major with a broader body of knowledge. You can pursue your personal passion and academic interests while still fulfilling the requirements of your major discipline. Enhance your resume and transcript and make yourself a more marketable job candidate by building your knowledge base and broadening your educational experience.