The James F. Dicke College of Business Administration also offers an entrepreneurship minor. The entrepreneurship minor is available to every ONU student with an interest in learning what it takes to pursue your dreams and start your own business. Engineering students should take the Engineering Business Option offered by the College of Engineering.
The entrepreneurship minor requires 18 credit hours of course work. This includes 15 credit hours of required courses and 3 hours of an elective course. Elective course must be approved by the entrepreneurship Program Director.
Required courses for the entrepreneurship minor are:
- Principles of Entrepreneurship (ABUS 2221)
- Entrepreneurial Finance (ABUS 3331)-non-DCBA students
- Financial Accounting (BIZ 2111)-DCBA students
- Marketing for Business Planning (BIZ 2511)
- New Venture Creation (ABUS 4441)
Choose One Course:
- Small Business Management (MGMT 3741)
- Product Development (MRKT 3631)
- Nonprofit Management (MGMT 4771)
Approved Elective: 3 Credit Hours
Students who are creative, who like to be innovative or who plan to start and run their own businesses or want to work for an organization with an entrepreneurial mindset will benefit from Ohio Northern University’s entrepreneurship minor. In our global marketplace, jobs no longer last decades, and as you change jobs and often reinvent yourself during your career, starting your own business will be an option to consider again and again. More and more in today's fast-paced global market environment employers are looking for people that have an entrepreneurial mindset.
ONU is a member of Kern Entrepreneurship Education Network (KEEN). Development and growth of ONU's entrepreneurship education efforts have benefited from substantial support of the Kern Family Foundation.
For more information, contact Dr. Tammy Schakett [firstname.lastname@example.org] Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Program Director