2022-2023 Undergraduate Academic Catalogue 
    May 20, 2024  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Academic Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Minor

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The Loyola University Maryland minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship highlights an innovative entrepreneurial mindset that students can use to create new social or commercial ventures or to reinvent organizations to remain competitive in an ever-changing landscape. Emphasis is placed on developing a human centered approach that will prepare students to thrive in a fast-paced complex environment that puts a premium on empathy and the exchange of diverse ideas to create innovative solutions.  The minor is designed to allow students to develop an individualized course of study that complements their existing major or professional interests. Open to students enrolled in Social Sciences, Humanities, Business, Natural and Applied Sciences, Education, and Allied Health majors. 

Requirements for the Minor

This 18-credit minor is comprised of three distinct set of courses; (I) Foundation, (II) Electives, and (III) Capstone. Requirements for minor are outlined below.


* Sellinger students cannot take BA 201 , these students will take a fourth elective class to replace this course.

**BA 499  is a variable credit course.  Students must take it for 3 credits if they intend for it to apply to the minor.

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