ETSU’s minor in Entrepreneurship brings a practitioner focus to entrepreneurial opportunities and activities. This new program includes real-world coursework in design thinking and startup operations. The program also focuses on emerging business models, financing and funding and rapid prototyping of ideas.
This program empowers students with a passion for startups, by allowing them to develop and incubate their own idea from concept to pitch deck. This new program includes real-world coursework in design thinking and startup operations. Along with coursework, students can also work on projects alongside community innovators - across both for-profit and non-profit enterprises.
If you have any questions about the minor or would like to schedule a one-on-one in-person/zoom meeting to discuss the Entrepreneurship minor, please contact Sonu Mirchandani.