JCU Presents Minor in Entrepreneurship
Nearly 20% of JCU recent graduates have either started their own business or are working in a family business. The Business Administration Department and the JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship are pleased to announce the introduction of a Minor in Entrepreneurship, a unique program that allows non-business as well as business students to explore the possibility of starting their own company or participating in a family business upon graduation. The program can be tailored to the individual interests of each student, by combining entrepreneurial courses with courses that would help students better understand the industry they intend to operate in.
The Minor includes an Introduction to Entrepreneurship, which gives students the basics of how to put together a business plan (including financial statements), a ‘capstone’ 400-level case-based course in Entrepreneurial Management, and 4 electives that can be chosen from specific business courses (to gain functional business knowledge) as well as non business courses that may relate to their area of interest (for instance a student majoring in Art History could select Curating Museums and Galleries asone of the electives). For-credit internships may also be selected as part of the Minor. The Director of the Institute will help each student choose the elective courses, based on the student’s personal objectives; the program will then be reviewed and approved by the student’s Advisor.
Learn more about the Minor in Entrepreneurship at John Cabot University in Rome.
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The mission of the JCU Institute for Entrepreneurship is to assist entrepreneurially-minded students and alumni bring down the barriers to entrepreneurship, through education, training, networking and additional services and resources.