Keep your momentum by using transfer credits toward your minor in Entrepreneurship
Transfer Credits & Tuition Rates
Coming to CSU from another institution doesn’t mean you have to go back to square one on your studies. There is no limit on the number of credits a student can transfer from another institution to count toward the entrepreneurship and innovation minor. Community college courses can only transfer as 100-200 level courses to CSU. Students choosing to transfer courses from other institutions, including education abroad courses, must independently research potential options and equivalences first, then contact their minor advisor to confirm equivalencies.
Email Entrepreneurship and Innovation Minor Advisors to see how your existing credits accelerate your path to your minor or visit Transferology for a pre-assessment.
Based on access to College of Business’ premier facilities, cost of instruction, student demand and the value of a CSU College of Business Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the job market, differential tuition for minor courses is $95.00 per credit hour.* For a deeper understanding of differential tuition, visit the CSU Office of Financial Aid’s website.
* Like all tuition rates, this differential tuition may change in future years.