Labovitz School of Business and Economics established a entrepreneurship minor

Thursday, July 09, 2015

The Labovitz School of Business and Economics at the University of Minnesota Duluth has established an Entrepreneurship Minor for students who are interested in starting and managing their own businesses. The Entrepreneurship Minor, which supplements a chosen LSBE major, is available for students to declare for the Fall 2015 semester.

Encompassing required upper-division credit classes based in entrepreneurship, finance, and business law, with an additional elective in management or marketing, the new minor will provide students with a foundation of the basic requirements of starting a business.

“Focusing on the economic vitality of our local area, the state of Minnesota, and with far-reaching implications even globally, LSBE is playing a large role of educating students to lead in the creation of sustainable business ventures,” said LSBE Dean Amy B. Hietapelto.

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