Minor in Entrepreneurship from Columbia College

Explore new venture initiatives, while learning how to transform opportunities into financial, cultural, or social value for others with an Entrepreneurship Minor from Columbia College.

A minor in entrepreneurship from Columbia College can help you develop a more creative, innovative perspective.

Through the minor, you’ll learn more about financial accounting, business communication and marketing. Additionally, you will study small business finance, human resources and small business management.

The entrepreneurship minor works well with business majors in the Robert W. Plaster School of Business. It’s also a great addition to degrees within the humanities, arts and computer science programs.

Even if you aren’t looking to start your own company, the entrepreneurship program can give you an edge as employers seek new products, services and ways to remain relevant.