The Intercollege Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (ENTI) teaches Penn State students the foundational skills needed to position themselves as successful entrepreneurs and innovators. The ENTI minor is open to students of all disciplines and includes three core courses (9 credits) plus 9 to 10.5 additional credits of coursework specific to a discplinary area of concentration called a cluster. Clusters are designed to provide specialized knowledge and skills that prepare students to launch an enterprise of their own.
Key responsibilities of this office include:
- coordinate all aspects of the ENTI minor across all colleges and campuses
- under the aegis of the Center for Penn State Student Entrepreneurship, known as Lion LaunchPad, lead co-curricular initiatives that support undergraduate student entrepreneurship
- collaborate with faculty, students, alumni, and other stakeholders across the Penn State entrepreneurship ecosystem to advance the University’s mission of teaching, research, and service