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Innovation & Entrepreneurship Interdisciplinary Minor

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The interdisciplinary minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship helps students develop a human-centered mindset that they can use to create new social or commercial ventures or to reinvent organizations that will remain competitive in an ever-changing landscape. Emphasis is placed on a hands-on experiential approach that will prepare students to thrive in a fast-paced complex environment that puts a premium on empathy and the exchange of diverse ideas to create innovative solutions. The 18-credit minor includes 36 courses from 19 different majors that encourage students to develop an individualized course of study that complements their existing major or professional interests. Students in Social Sciences, Humanities, Business, Natural and Applied Sciences, Education, and Allied Health majors are welcome to enroll.


Simon Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Featured Courses & Programming

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New Venture Creation

Student Steering Committee for the Simon Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship Committee members have irreplaceable experiences as campus and community changemakers through regular meetings with the steering cohort and at the SCI&E Friday monthly innovation event.
Loyola Consulting Group The Loyola Consulting Group supports start-ups and small businesses in the Baltimore area and enables students to gain valuable professional experience by providing consulting services.

Contact

Jon Weinstein
Entrepreneur in Residence, Assistant Teaching Professor
jweinstein1@loyola.edu

Testimonials


Luciano Betman

Luciano Betman, Sellinger 2024, Business Administration Major, I&E Minor

“I came to Loyola as a Studio Art major and was torn between my passion for creativity and interest in business. Thanks to the Innovation & Entrepreneurship minor, I was able to combine these passions through a Business Management major with the I&E minor. This path allowed me to take courses that fulfilled my passion for art and business.”

 

Loyola Engagement:

  • Founder Greyhound Realty Club.
Abby Hermann

Abby Herrmann, Sellinger 2024, Marketing Major, I&E Minor

“When choosing a minor to go with my Marketing major, I felt that Innovation and Entrepreneurship was a unique pairing that could set me apart from my peers in the Marketing field. Applying my skills and knowledge from the I&E minor could help me in virtually any job I have in the future.”

 

Loyola Engagement:

  • Communication & Engagement Intern with Loyola's Office of Sustainability; Member of the Best Buddies and Relay for Life clubs.

Ennis HobdyEnnis Hobdy, Sellinger BA in Economics 2023 & MBA 2024

“The I&E Minor was a crucial part of my experience at Loyola. The program enabled me to build and develop many interpersonal and professional skills that will are relevant to my chosen career path and will contribute to my success throughout the future.”

 

Loyola Engagement:

  • Graduate Assistant - VITA Tax Clinic and Karson Institute for Race, Peace, & Social Justice.
  • Undergraduate Organizations -Black Student Association, the Caribbean Students Union, Boxing and MMA Club, and SGA DEI Committee.

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