The ELS minor continues to be one of the fastest growing
minors at Tufts. Each semester, more than 200 Tufts
undergraduate and graduate students from a range of
disciplines pursue the minor in Entrepreneurial
Leadership. With access to outstanding teachers,
intensive coursework, lectures, internships and
real-world business networks, students develop the
advanced knowledge needed to become the entrepreneurial
leaders of the future.
One of the biggest assets of the program is the
Courses are taught by professors who have real-world
experience and continue to have illustrious careers
starting, founding, or running their own businesses.
The Entrepreneurial Leadership program utilizes
several learning approaches including:
- Guest lecturers discussing key entrepreneurial topics
- Case studies with individual and group review and
- Classroom group exercises
- Homework assignments coordinated with classroom topics
- Discussion of current events related to course
- Hands-on opportunities via internships and the Classic
and Social Business Plan Competitions
To complete the Entrepreneurial Leadership minor,
students are required to take four courses plus one
elective course. The minor is open to all Tufts Arts &
Sciences and School of Engineering students.
Students who have completed the necessary requirements
to earn the minor in Entrepreneurial Leadership should
certification form. A ceremony for the
Entrepreneurial Leadership graduates is held in May.