Saint Louis University's minor in entrepreneurship through the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business is designed both for budding entrepreneurs and those who just want to be more entrepreneurial.
The program's courses help students master key skills and knowledge, including creativity, market focus and planning. Classes provide students the opportunity to interact with and learn from successful business owners. Students also have numerous occasions to learn about and practice being an entrepreneur through programs and activities in the Chaifetz Center for Entrepreneurship and the SLU Entrepreneurs' Club.
The Entrepreneurship Minor is also available for students studying abroad at SLU's campus in Madrid, Spain.
|ACCT 2200||Financial Accounting §||3|
|MGT 2000||Legal Environment of Business I||3|
|MGT 3000||Management Theory and Practice §||3|
|MGT 3200||Managing Ideas in Entrepreneurial Firms *||3|
|or MGT 3201||Social Entrepreneurship|
|MGT 3210||Managing Resources in Entrepreneurial Firms||3|
|MGT 4200||Business Plan Development||3|
Students cannot take both MGT-3200 and MGT-3201
Outside of the Business Common Body of Knowledge (CBK), a maximum of one business course (3 credit hours) may be used to fulfill requirements in two business majors/minors.
Students must maintain a minimum 2.00 grade point average (GPA) in all courses used to fulfill minor requirements. If the minor GPA falls below a 2.00, students will have one semester to increase their minor GPA to a 2.00, or they will not be allowed to enroll in 3000- and 4000-level minor courses.