3.3.3    Minor in Entrepreneurship Programme

The NUS Business School offers the Minor in Entrepreneurship Programme to all eligible non-business undergraduates.

The programme aims to encourage and develop the potential of NUS undergraduates in starting up a business. The curriculum complements any technical knowledge that the students have received, by equipping them with knowledge of the processes and mechanisms by which new ideas can be commercialized in the market, whether within an organization or as an independent entrepreneur.

To fulfill the requirements of the Entrepreneurship Minor, students have to complete 6 prescribed modules worth 24 modular credits in total.


For more information on the programme requirements, please refer to the Business School website.

Please email us at if you have any enquiries on the Minor in Entrepreneurship programme.