Entrepreneurs and innovators exist in all industries and in all types of companies. The key to entrepreneurial achievement is arming yourself with the tools and knowledge that position you to succeed. The ENTI minor teaches you the foundational skills you need, such as:
- Innovative thinking
- Leadership skills
- Management and planning tools
HOW IT WORKS
Building the base is just the start of your path regardless of where your passion leads you. The ENTI minor includes three core courses and three courses specific to your area of concentration, called a cluster. Clusters are designed to provide you with the skills to achieve your career goals—whether you aspire to take the technology world by storm, revolutionize information delivery, or contribute to improving society one good idea at a time.
Select a cluster for more information on how to turn your big ideas into big plans with the ENTI minor:
Penn State faculty hone teaching skills at annual entrepreneurship retreat
More than 40 faculty and staff members from eight colleges and four campuses came together Aug. 16-17 at University Park for the fourth annual ENTI Minor Faculty and Friends Summer Gathering.
Hoag appointed director of entrepreneurship and innovation minor
Anne Hoag, associate professor of communications, has been appointed director of the Intercollege Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (ENTI) effective January 2016.