The Entrepreneurship minor enables students in all RIT colleges to acquire necessary learning, experiences and skills to start and operate new ventures and organizations. Students gain unique insights into such necessary entrepreneurial aspects such as identifying viable business opportunities, developing effective business strategies, obtaining customer insights and interactions, developing financial and accounting competencies, advancing product and service development and realization, and understanding intellectual property.
Students from within the Saunders College must select elective courses from outside their discipline of study.
These links provide details on the curriculum for this program. Overview of Courses details all the courses and electives that are included in the program. Course Details and Descriptions allow you to find details and schedules for individual courses, including co- and pre- requisites for individual courses. These are kept up to date with the latest details pertaining to prospective students. To view electives specific to this program please reference our undergraduate workesheet for course options.
Current students and alumni – please visit the Office of the Registrar for a History of Course Catalogs to view and download official degree requirements pertaining to the academic year you began your degree.
For additional information on business minors and contact information, please visit Saunders College of Business Minors.
Contact Dr. Richard DeMartino to learn more about the student business development lab (the RIT Student Incubator). Course credit for entry into the Incubator is available on a competitive basis through the Saunders College of Business. Please visit Rankings and Recognition for more undergraduate program ranking information.