Management

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Entrepreneurship discussion panel

Have the next big idea that could grow into a multimillion-dollar business? Learn to harness your enthusiasm for starting a business of your own by pursuing a minor in entrepreneurship.

At Susquehanna, the entrepreneurship and innovation minor is open to all students. You will learn what it takes to start or grow a business—no matter your ultimate goal.

Entrepreneurs are important to the overall economic future of the world. The businesses they start create new products and jobs, and acquiring the necessary skills to do that is more important than ever before. Look no further for a business school and faculty that will prepare you to create and sustain a successful business enterprise.

Classes are specifically designed to help you solve problems and think critically, skills that will help you throughout your career. You’ll also learn business terms and ideas without needing to be a business major:

  • Prepare business plans
  • Build marketing strategies
  • Discover where to look for venture financing
  • Create innovative entrepreneurial and small-business ventures


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