Center for Entrepreneurship
The Center for Entrepreneurship is dedicated to promoting entrepreneurship, venture creation and economic development in the Southern Colorado region. It achieves these objectives through its extensive research, teaching and service activities. The Center for Entrepreneurship faculty members are active scholars and authors, presenting their work in venues around the world. The Center's curriculum features a minor in entrepreneurship that is open to all students at UCCS.
The Center for Entrepreneurship features a minor in entrepreneurship. The minor consists of nine credit hours for College of Business majors and 15 credit hours for non-Business majors. All students must take the following three courses for the minor in entrepreneurship:
ENTP 3000: Principles of Entrepreneurship: This course focuses on the teaching students principles of successful entrepreneurship that have been derived from research into the behaviors, cognitions, and attitudes of expert entrepreneurs.
ENTP 3100: Entrepreneurial Law & Capital: This course builds on the ENTP 3000 and dives deeply into the legal and capital formation issues that all entrepreneurs grapple with as they launch, grow, and exit their ventures.
ENTP 4000: The Business Plan: This hands-on course leads students through the process of crafting an investor-grade business plan and formal presentation to raise capital. Students will have many opportunities to hone their presentation skills and learn how to deal with lenders and/or investors.
Non-business majors must take two additional courses from the business core curriculum.