» Entrepreneurship Classes

Do you see yourself as an innovator, leader and value creator? Are you interested in starting your own business or working with exciting start-up companies?

Chapman University offers both a minor and emphasis in Entrepreneurship. If you are business student you can take a range of classes to complete your Emphasis in Entrepreneurship. If you are not in the Argyros School of Business you are able to take a minor in Entrepreneurship. It is also possible to take these classes as an elective.

Note: We encourage students who are looking to join the Launch Labs incubator to get a foundation in Entrepreneurship before pursuing to start their own business. If you are unsure which Entrepreneurship class is right for you, please contact us.

Course Overview

+ - Classes Roadmap

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+ - Entrepreneurship Emphasis

Emphasis in Entrepreneurship

Required Courses (6 credits)

FIN 435

Financing Entrepreneurial Enterprises

3

MGMT 437

Management of Entrepreneurial Enterprises

3

Three of the following courses (9 credits)

MGMT 369***

Launching a New Venture: Shadowing a Startup

3

ECON 371

U.S. Business and Entrepreneurial History

3

MGMT 379***

From Idea to Business–Student Incubator

3

MKTG 405

Internet Marketing

3

MKTG 407

Marketing Research

3

MKTG 408

New Product Development

3

MGMT 485

Seminar in Business Consulting

3

MGMT 495

Special Topics in Entrepreneurship

3

***Students may count either MGMT 369 or MGMT 379 (but not both) toward the entrepreneurship emphasis.

+ - Entrepreneurship Minor

Minor in Entrepreneurship

Students pursuing a Minor in Entrepreneurship must:

  • Maintain at least a 2.000 overall grade point average in the minor.
  • Complete all courses in the minor for a letter grade.
  • Complete a minimum of 12 credits for the minor at Chapman University.

Required Courses (12 credits)

BUS 100

Introduction to Business

3

BUS 110

Accounting and Finance for Non–Majors

3

MKTG 305

Fundamentals of Marketing for Non–Majors

3

MGMT 365

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

3

Electives (9 credits)

ECON 371

U.S. Business and Entrepreneurial History

3

MGMT 369*

Launching a New Venture: Shadowing a Startup

3

MGMT 379*

From Idea to Business–Student Incubator

3

MKTG 408

New Product Development

3

MGMT 495

Special Topics in Entrepreneurship

3

*Students may apply either MGMT 369 or MGMT 379 to the minor, but not both.

Total credits

 

21