The Honors Entrepreneurship Learning Community explores aspects of both social and business entrepreneurship, as well as intersections between the two. Students will have the opportunity to sign up for special sections of ENTP 201 and ENTP 202 designed for the students in this cohort learning community. Over the course of the year, this learning community will welcome guests who are the CEOs of their own companies, social entrepreneurs who have started their own non-profits, and leaders in the entrepreneurship ecosystem of Greater Cincinnati. Students will learn important skills about how to identify regional needs and problems, imagine possibilities, and scale solutions. In the past, students have visited with Cintrifuse in Cincinnati, worked with Flywheel in OTR, and even gained internships before finishing their first year at NKU. While this learning community includes a partnership with the Haile US Bank College of Business, students need not be business majors to enroll. The topics and skills that you will develop in this Learning Community can apply to nearly any majors or background.
Fall Course: Entrepreneurship and the Community
Faculty Lead: James Buss