Preparing Carolina's undergraduates for an entrepreneurial future.
The Minor in Entrepreneurship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill teaches students the necessary skills to start successful ventures. This interdisciplinary minor in UNC's College of Arts and Sciences encourages students to think and act entrepreneurially. Students will gain knowledge and skills to start successful ventures of all kinds: commercial, social, scientific, sports, artistic, and public health. Learn more...
"Apart from being one of the most personally rewarding endeavors of my life, the entrepreneurship minor at UNC has allowed me to see the world after college in a different light."
-Ford Eubanks, Alumnus of the Minor
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