Minor Programs

The Stephenson Department of Entrepreneurship & Information Systems offers three minors to enhance your studies. Refine your skills and gain a competitive edge on the job market with added expertise. 

 

Analytics Minor

The analytics minor is an 18-hour program offered in-person and open to any LSU student. It teaches how to use data analysis to help organizations make effective decisions. Prepare yourself with business analytics, data mining, data & information management, and data warehousing coursework to support your future business or help your employer make more informed decisions.

To graduate with a minor in Analytics, students must complete 18 hours consisting of the following courses: ISDS 2000, ISDS 2001, ISDS 3110, ISDS 4112, ISDS 4141, and ISDS 4180. Students must have a 2.0 GPA in the courses used to satisfy the minor. At least nine semester hours must be taken on this campus, and, of the nine hours, at least three must be at the 3000 or 4000 level.


Entrepreneurship Minor

The entrepreneurship minor is a 15-hour program offered in-person and open to any LSU student that provides significant exposure to core business entrepreneurship theory and practice. You will learn to develop a business concept, identify, and evaluate business opportunities, and effectively manage a business.

To graduate with an Entrepreneurship Minor, students must complete 15 hours consisting of the following courses: ENTR 2000, ENTR 3012, ENTR 3111, and six additional hours to be chosen from departmentally-approved electives. Students must have a 2.0 GPA in the courses used to satisfy the minor. At least nine semester hours must be taken on this campus, and, of the nine hours, at least three must be at the 3000 or 4000 level.

The Entrepreneurship Minor is not available to students majoring in entrepreneurship.


Information Technology Management Minor

The information technology management minor is a 15-hour offered online that can be paired with any LSU degree. Coursework focuses on programming, querying, and information systems. Empower your future organization with innovative IT solutions. 

To graduate with a minor in Information Technology Management, students must complete 15 hours consisting of the following courses: ISDS 3001; ISDS 3002; ISDS 3003; and six additional hours to be chosen from departmentally approved ISDS electives. Students must have a 2.0 GPA in the courses used to satisfy the minor. At least nine semester hours must be taken through LSU. 

The Information Technology Management minor is NOT available to students majoring in ISDS.

 

Contact Us

Stephenson Department of
Entrepreneurship & Information Systems
2200 Business Education Complex
501 South Quad Drive
225-578-2515
sdeis@lsu.edu