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Entrepreneurship Minor Program

Entrepreneurship minor program will provide students with a certain level of structure and the ability by making use of theoretical and acting contributions made in recent years in the field of business administration. The program will ensure that students have knowledge and perspective in the major intellectual trends and debates in the areas of entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship and technology management. In order to prepare themselves for the related areas, the students will establish a close relationship with the business world as well as taking the theoretical courses. One of distinctive features of the program is that it will build new perspectives for entrepreneurship and innovation functions in society. Enrepreneurship is a characteristic that is also wanted in social areas and policy institutions.

Program Requirements

Students can apply to this course earliest after the period following their decleration period. For admission, general GPA must be minimum 2.72 and the the application must be accepted by the related Faculty Board.

Credits and number of courses required for graduation:

Course Category

Credit

Course

Required

11

5

Area Elective

9

3

Total

20

8

 

A certificate is given to students who succesfully complete all courses required for the minor program with a minimum GPA of 2.72.

Required Courses

Course Code

Course Name

Credit

MGMT 401 
or 
MGMT 413

Business Strategy
or 
Strategic Innovation

3

MGMT 415

Entrepreneurial Technologic Commercialization

3

MGMT 402 

Entrepreneurship

3

MGMT 495

Entrepreneurial Skills Workshop 1

1

MGMT 496

Entrepreneurial Skills Workshop 2

1

Area Elective Courses

Choose three courses from the list below, you can take only one course from each faculty.

Course Code

Course Name

Credit

Faculty

MGMT 403

International Business 

3

SOM

MGMT 404

Technology Management

3

SOM

MGMT 412

Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship

3

SOM

ORG 401

Human Resources Management  

3

SOM

MKTG 301

Introduction to Marketing

3

SOM

ACC201

Introduction to Financial Accounting and Reporting

3

SOM

ENS 205

Introduction to Materials Science I   

3

FENS

ENS 207

Introduction to Energy Systems 

3

FENS

ENS 208

Introduction to Manufacturing Systems

3

FENS

ENS 209

Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting and Solid Modeling

3

FENS

ENS 302

Technology and Society

3

FENS

NS 210

Water: Its Physics, Nanophysics, Chemistry and Geopolitics I 

3

FENS

NS 208

General Biotechnology    

3

FENS

MS 407

Investment Decision Making  

3

FENS

ECON 346

Global Finance and Multinational Corporation

3

FASS

ECON 347

Essentials of Project and Infrastructure Finance

3

FASS

ECON 412

Competition and Regulation

3

FASS

LAW 403

International Business Law

3

FASS

VA 490

Professional Practice as a Designer

3

FASS

ECON 201

Games and Strategies

3

FASS

LAW 401

Law, Business and Society

3

FASS

ECON 350

Financial Institutions and Markets    

3

FASS

ECON 492

Seminar on the Turkish Economy    

3

FASS

HART 414

Post-60 Turkish Art 

3

FASS

CULT 391

Turkish Culture: Critical Perspectives

3

FASS