Minor in Entrepreneurship

APU’s entrepreneurship minor equips students in the basic principles of entrepreneurship and innovation, preparing them for the 21st-century business world.

18 units

Requirements 

No more than three courses in a student’s major may count toward this minor.

BUSI 110Business and Entrepreneurship3
ENTR 312Creativity and Innovation3
BUSI 313Negotiation Strategies and Skills3
ENTR 315Social Entrepreneurship3
MKTG 466Digital Marketing3
MGMT 350Business Management Internship3
Total Units18

Program Learning Outcomes

Students who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
  1. Competent Business Knowledge: Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge in multiple business disciplines, including management, finance, marketing, accounting and economics.
  2. Critical Thinking: Students will be able to identify and solve business problems using analytical and critical thinking skills.
  3. Christian Business Ethics: Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to evaluate business decisions based on a Christian perspective.
  4. Written Communication: Students will be able to convey ideas clearly through professional written communication.
  5. Oral Communication: Students will be able to express ideas effectively through professional oral presentations.
  6. Collaborative Teamwork: Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to function as an effective business team member.
  7. Comprehensive Global Awareness: Students will be able to identify cultural, economic and political aspects of business in a global environment.
  8. Discipline Knowledge: Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of entrepreneurship concepts.
  9. Discipline Problem Solving/Strategy: Students will be able a) solve core entrepreneurship problems or b) analyze entrepreneurship situations and provide strategy for effectiveness.