Program Director: Rita Chesterton, Esq., Assistant Professor
Professors: H. Miller, Niesenbaum
Associate Professors: Kushner, Kussmaul
Innovation and entrepreneurial thinking are valuable across disciplines, whether the ultimate goal is a small business, a high-tech startup, a non-profit with a social mission, an art gallery, a performing organization, research lab, or a school.
A student completing a major in any discipline and the Innovation and Entrepreneurship minor will be able to:
1. Exhibit practical knowledge, skills, and attitudes that support innovation and entrepreneurship;
2. Identify and evaluate innovative or entrepreneurial developments within their areas of interest;
3. Connect with mentors who can help them move toward their personal goals;
4. Understand the entrepreneurial process of putting innovative ideas into effect.