The Management Department offers minors in Business Analytics and Entrepreneurship. Information and required courses are detailed below.
The Entrepreneurship minor at Ithaca College is a modern evidence-based entrepreneurship curriculum with an emphasis on deliberate practice, and strong teaching and mentorship. The Entrepreneurship faculty seeks to ignite a passion for entrepreneurial action, to develop entrepreneurial self-efficacy, and to cultivate a growth mindset for entrepreneurship. The Entrepreneurship minor can be coupled with any major. This innovative minor also gives students valuable skills for their future careers, including risk and uncertainty management, interpersonal and networking management, innovation and product development, and opportunity recognition. Students who choose the Entrepreneurship minor will develop career and life skills, such as:
- Working with real-world professors, mentors, and other allies who have built and run businesses across a wide spectrum of industries.
- Leveraging extensive contacts to invite top-tier speakers to share their own business stories and lessons learned, while also providing networking opportunities.
- Presenting a complete business idea and business pitch at the Startup Idea Demo Day and Startup Pitch Demo Day to earn real money toward advancing the business.
- Tactics for running a business using lean and practical methodologies.
- Learning the world of popular culture and its every increasing importance in the business world.
- Learning lessons from a wide variety of entrepreneurs from a vast array of industries who all use entrepreneurial thinking to best leverage the best lessons of entrepreneurship across a wide variety of business and non-traditional settings.
|MGMT 23000||Entrepreneurial Innovation 2||3|
|MGMT 23500||Ideas Into Action||3|
|MGMT 21400||Startup Tactics||3|
|MGMT 21300||Hidden Entrepreneurs||3|
|Choose up to Two:||6 credits total|
|MGMT 21200||Pop-Up Startup-Up||3|
|MGMT 29800||ITHACON: Promoting & Managing Conventions||3|
|MGMT 22500||Business Models & The Art of Profitability||3|
|MGMT 39100||Managing for Sustainability||3|
|MGMT 31200||Leadership & Collaboration
|ENVS 20203||Make Stuff Better Lab||3|
|ENVS 35000||Farming the Forest||3|
|FINA 38000||Equity Portfolio Management||3|
|FINA 42000||Alternative Asset Management||3|
|Alternates: No more than one. Requires Advance Approval.|
|MGMT 49900||Entrepreneurship Independent Study||3|
|MGMT 4XXX||Family Business Practicum||3|
|MGMT 4XXX||Social Entrepreneurship Independent Study||3|
1. All courses require Sophomore standing or higher.
2. MGMT 23000 can be waived with instructor approval, though credit hours must be replaced with an additional course from the approved selection list.
Business Analytics Minor
Decision making is the most basic element of the managerial skill set and the decisions of today and tomorrow are built on a sophisticated analysis of huge quantities of data. Graduates of this program are forward-thinking in their approach to decision making with an ability to understand the challenges of determining the right questions to ask in the midst of messy data, analyze "big data," and bring the results of their analysis to a wider audience through the use of data visualization.
|MATH 14400, 14500, 21600, or PSYC 20700||Statistics||3-4|
|MATH 24600||Intermediate Statistics||3|
|MGMT 26000||Business Analytics & Technology||3|
|MGMT 36500||Intermediate Business Analytics||3|
|MGMT 48100||Advanced Decision Making with Analytics||3|