The College of Business and Economics (B&E) is pleased to offer minors in business, entrepreneurship and media entrepreneurship to students interested in learning the skills needed for functioning in a business setting or starting their own ventures. The minor curriculum recognizes independent thinking, decision making, and effectiveness in a diverse workplace.
Students are permitted to declare either a minor in Business Administration or Entrepreneurship, but not both. The Media Entrepreneurship minor is restricted to Perley Isaac Reed School of Journalism majors.
To qualify for one of these minors a student must have earned a grade of "C" or better in each of the required courses.
* A student pursuing a bachelor's degree from the WVU College of Business and Economics may not complete an academic minor in Business Administration, Entrepreneurship. or Media Entrepreneurship.
How to Declare a Minor
Meet with your academic advisor to discuss how the minor fits into your program.
For questions related to the coursework required for these minors you may contact:
Office of Undergraduate Programs and Advising
College of Business and Economics
Students pursuing the Regents Bachelor of Arts degree can earn an Area of Emphasis (AOE) by completing the BUSINESS MINOR coursework during the summer and adding three credit hours of upper-division coursework in economics or entrepreneurship.