At Wittenberg, future entrepreneurs find all the courses they need for success - from accounting and statistics to leadership and management.
As of Spring 2021, students are unable to declare a major in Entrepreneurship. Students who have previously declared will be able to complete the requirements. If you have questions, please check with your advisor, or contact the Office of the Registrar at email@example.com.
What Can Students Do With A Minor In Entrepreneurship?
The processes learned in the curriculum will help students in all areas of work, not limited to building a business. Solving problems, working well with others, understanding the management of people, and building out your target market can help students in the for-profit, not-for-profit, or entrepreneurial endeavors. Our students are encouraged to take courses in technology to ensure relevance, theory to understand leadership, and core business principles that help them run an organization. Additionally, this minor will give students that creative and idea-focused edge that will become useful in all areas of life.
Common Entrepreneurship-Related Job Titles
- Business Development
- Business Owner
- Director of Operations
- General Manager
- Project Manager
- Supply Chain Manager
Places Where Wittenberg Entrepreneurship Graduates Are Working
- Cardinal Health
- EY (Ernst & Young)
- L Brands (Limited)
- Perio Inc. (Barbasol Brands)
- Ryder System Inc.
- SEKO Logistics
Entrepreneurship Minor Requirements
Entrepreneurship In The News
Creating Future Entrepreneurs: Wittenberg Leads in Offering Entrepreneurship Opportunities in Ohio Liberal Arts Market (published April 28, 2020)