WHAT IS Entrepreneurship?
Entrepreneurship is not just marketing, management or finance — it’s all of that and more. If you are creative and want to bring that creativity and innovation into your profession — whether you are interested in starting your own business, working for a new venture, investing in start-ups, or becoming involved in new venture creation within an established organization — then entrepreneurship is a great choice.
WHY STUDY ENTREPRENEURSHIP AT UNH?
The Minor in Entrepreneurship is for non-business majors. It provides non-business students with concepts, tools, and techniques to become creative thinkers, conceptualize and articulate problem statements, construct innovative solutions, and explore and seek opportunities. The focus of the minor is not about creating startups, although this may be an ancillary outcome, rather on entrepreneurial thinking that make the students engage in successful careers in their respective disciplines. It comprises three required courses offered by Paul College and two courses from a selective list offered by the other UNH Colleges. The three Paul courses are designed to follow a proscribed sequence that take the student through the entrepreneurial process.