Frequently Asked Questions
- What is entrepreneurship at Lake Erie College?
- I am not a business major, may I take courses in entrepreneurship?
- What is the entrepreneurship minor?
- What courses are included in the entrepreneurship minor?
- Are there organizations that I may join that support entrepreneurship?
- Who may I contact to discuss entrepreneurship in more detail?
- Where may I find additional information about entrepreneurship?
FAQ # 1: What is entrepreneurship at Lake Erie College?
Entrepreneurship at Lake Erie College is defined as "the process in which one or more people undertake economic risk to create a new enterprise that will make use of innovation to generate value to others'. You may want to think of it this way: transforming an idea into an enterprise that creates value.
FAQ # 2: I am not a business major, may I take courses in entrepreneurship?
Entrepreneurship courses may be taken by any student in any major. You may even want to consider looking at the requirements for a minor in entrepreneurship.
FAQ # 3: What is the entrepreneurship minor?
The Entrepreneurship minor will provide the opportunity for students from any major to develop the skills and experiences that will facilitate the student's efforts in transforming ideas into enterprises that create value. A specific set of knowledge and experiences in the areas of planning, risk-taking, market analysis, problem-solving, and creativity are included in the minor.
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FAQ # 5: Are there organizations that I may join that support entrepreneurship?
Yes, you are welcome to join Moving Ahead Requires Knowledge (MARK). Contact Student Life or the Center for Entrepreneurship for further details.
FAQ # 6: Who may I contact to discuss entrepreneurship in more detail?
You may discuss entrepreneurship with your academic advisor:
Director, Center for Entrepreneurshipjeakin@lec.edu
305 College Hall
FAQ # 7: Where may I find additional information about entrepreneurship?
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