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Management and Entrepreneurship

Social Entrepreneurship Minor

The Haslam College of Business minor in Social Entrepreneurship is open to undergraduate students from any major across campus. This minor is intended to address issues of social enterprise, philanthropy, civil engagement, managing NGOs, and other related areas. The minor consists of 15 hours including ENT 410S, which is available to undergraduate students without prerequisites, and the remaining hours chosen from the following lists of elective, complementary courses in each student's home discipline or other disciplines in accordance with course prerequisites and program requirements. Students receive a minor from the Haslam College of Business, but the program and content is tailored to their particular interests and reinforces their major interest.

Complete 6-9 Hours from the following list of content courses:

    College of Architecture and Design


    • Admission to the minor and the combination of courses used for fulfillment of this minor must be approved by the instructor of ENT 410S.
    • All courses have been approved for use in the minor by the relevant college or department.
    • Participation in the minor does not waive any course prerequisites or affect scheduling of courses.
    • Students may not minor in both Entrepreneurship and Social Entrepreneurship.