UNH offers a wide range of academic courses for undergraduate/graduate students in the areas of entrepreneurship, innovation, and venture capital, including an Entrepreneurial Studies (ES) major. There is also a minor in entrepreneurship that will be available in the 2016/2017 academic year, requiring only five courses. Academic classes are led by dedicated and passionate faculty, most of whom have hands-on entrepreneurial experience and understanding in their area of expertise.
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Through a VentureWell faculty grant received in 2016, UNHInnovation is currently offering a limited number of $500 sub-awards for materials and supplies that allow faculty from across the university to integrate the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center (ECenter) Makerspace into their course programming. This spring, UNH Lecturer Molly Campbell and Professor Dennis Britton applied for and received one of the faculty sub-awards and designed a collaborative project for their classes; English 502: Professional and Technical Writing and English 657: Shakespeare, respectively.
Entrepreneurial Studies major
The Entrepreneurial Studies (ES) Major is designed for students interested in entrepreneurship and creativity and who seek to learn about starting a high growth business, working for a new venture, investing in start-ups, or becoming involved in a new venture creation within an established organization.
The Minor in Entrepreneurship includes courses from the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics and courses from a student’s respective college and is designed for non-business majors.