Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (ENTI)
Are you interested in developing entrepreneurial concepts related to hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, quick-service and/or upscale restaurants, mobile dining such as food trucks, on-line travel agencies or other ventures?
Explore the interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship and Innovation (ENTI) minor, which uses problem-based learning to prepare you to create value (including new products, services, and ventures) and become an agent of positive change.
Our unique course of study in this minor allows you to create and develop novel but sound entrepreneurial concepts related to the hospitality industry in such businesses as lodging and food service.
Learn about the three core courses that students in the ENTI are required to take as part of the minor requirements.
As a student in the ENTI minor, you will select a concentration area for an additional 9 credits of minor requirements.
Any student may enroll in the ENTI minor, including the hospitality management cluster.
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Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Penn State