Minor in Entrepreneurship
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Doctoral Minor in Entrepreneurship
The Option A minor is available now to non-Business PhD students. Business School PhD students may NOT complete an Option A minor within the School of Business because the Graduate School considers the School of Business to be one department.
What goes on the transcript?
Non-Business PhD students will have the minor denoted “business” on their transcript.
For a non-Business PhD student to complete the Option A minor, the student will complete at least 10 credits of coursework:
At least THREE credits from the following doctoral level courses (or substantially similar):
- MHR 835 – Research Methods – Management (3 credits)
- MHR 870 – Seminar – Administrative Policy (3 credits) (When entrepreneurial is major focus)
- MHR 975 – Doctoral Research Seminar in Management (2 credits)
- MHR 976 – Doctoral Research Seminar – Methods (Theory development)
- MHR 977 – Contemporary Topics in Entrepreneurship (3 credits) (INSITE academic seminar)
- MHR 999 – Readings and Research (1-6 credits) with focus on creation of new social institutions, or entrepreneurial behavior at the individual, group, organization or industry/regional level.
At least SEVEN credits from the following list of courses (or substantially similar):
- MHR 722 – Entrepreneurial Management (3 credits)
- MHR 727 – Entrepreneurial Growth Strategies (3 credits)
- MHR 734 – Venture Creation (3 credits)
- MHR 765 – Technology Entrepreneurship (3 credits)
- FIN 757 – Entrepreneurial Finance (3 credits)
Where may I learn more about minors at UW-Madison?
Please see the information online here.
Who may I contact with questions?
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