Small Business Management Minor
Learn the Skills for Successful Small Business Operation.
Our Small Business Management minor is designed to give you the tools necessary to own or manage a successful small business. You will be ready to manage small teams and businesses with the small business management training offered at Montana State University.
- Develop the necessary skills for successful small business operation at MSU-N.
- Be a part of a program that offers exciting and challenging courses in small business practices and entrepreneurship.
Small Business Management Minor: Rigorous Training. Entrepreneurship Focus.
- Participate in a program that gives you practical, hands-on small business management training.
- Take classes that focus on small business management, law, financial applications and marketing.
- Learn to build the foundation for your own small business through the training and entrepreneurship focus at MSU-N.
Small Business Management Faculty: Business-minded. Student-centered.
- Engage with instructors who have or had small business operations.
- Be mentored by faculty that have experience in entrepreneurship and bring real life applications to the classroom.
Small Business Management Classes: Thorough Study. Practical Application.
Management – Become a top leader through MSU-Northern's small business management training.
Financial Training – Benefit from small business management classes that will give you the financial tools necessary for a successful small business.
Operations – Explore how top entrepreneurs built their empire while exploring your own personal opportunities at MSU-N.
Small Business Management Minor and Entrepreneurship Career Outlook.
Combining our small business management training and small business management classes at MSU-Northern you will be ready to take on an exciting and challenging career in small business management. Small firms represent about 99 percent of employers, employ about half of the private sector workforce and are responsible for about two-thirds to three-quarters of the net new jobs. (Office of Advocacy, US Small Business Administration)