Program type:


On Campus
Est. time to complete:

2-3 semesters
Credit Hours:

Pursue your business vision with a minor in entrepreneurship enterprise management from UNT.
From home-based businesses to venture capital-funded startups, entrepreneurs work in all types of industries and are a driving force behind economic growth. Building a wide range of skills gives you maximum flexibility and preparation to chart your own future.

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Why Earn an Entrepreneurship Enterprise Management Minor?

Our comprehensive program exercises a “learn today, apply tomorrow” classroom philosophy. Our curriculum addresses real-world situations such as:

  • Dealing successfully with managerial and family business challenges
  • Developing a strategic business plan
  • Identifying business opportunities
  • Identifying and capitalizing on international opportunities
  • Managing finances

Entrepreneurship Enterprise Management Minor Highlights

You’ll learn from faculty members known for their innovative teaching, outstanding research and exceptional service to the profession and community.
The college's undergraduate entrepreneurship and enterprise management program ranked 43rd for affordability in the nation by
College of Business ranked 9th in Texas and 61st in the South by
UNT’s proximity opens up a wealth of career, networking and internship opportunities. UNT is nestled in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, home to the nation’s fourth largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies.
With a student body of nearly 8,000 students, the UNT G. Brint Ryan College of Business is one of the largest colleges of business in the nation.
The Murphy Center is a collaborative environment facilitating new business ventures and strengthening the prospects of early-stage companies in the North Texas region.

Entrepreneurship Enterprise Management Minor Courses You Could Take

E-ManagementManaging in a Digital Economy (3 hrs)
Deals with the “why” and “how” of the changing face of management. Focuses on what managers do to maintain and enhance their firm’s competitive position in the era of e-commerce. Examines and evaluates some of the more critical issues associated with analyzing the environment, designing organizations and managing people to deal with the challenges that emerge in the new business environment.
Social Entrepreneurship (3 hrs)
Introduces entrepreneurial concepts that can be used to stimulate entrepreneurial behavior in individuals for the benefit of communities.
Management Concepts (3 hrs)
Management philosophy; planning, organizing and controlling; entrepreneurial processes; organizational performance; structure and design. Includes an overview of organization theory and strategic management.
Foundations of Entrepreneurship (3 hrs)
Initiation of new ventures. Emphasis on developing effective entrepreneurial skills, analytical abilities, market analysis capabilities, and understanding of principles of successful entrepreneurial actions. Includes preparation of a feasibility study.
Family Entrepreneurship (3 hrs)
Explores the unique managerial issues associated with family businesses, the dynamics and competitive positioning of family businesses, as well as their contribution to the economy. Emphasis on student application of material and on proposing solutions to problems in organization, management, and succession in family business contexts.
Foundations of Entrepreneurship (3 hrs)
Initiation of new ventures and approaches to growth of existing firms through opportunity recognition, innovation and change. Emphasizes developing effective entrepreneurial skills and behaviors. Includes preparation of a comprehensive business plan.

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