Dan Williamson meets with ESP faculty and staff
 Entrepreneurship classroom setting
Student writing on post-it notes in class
 Startup Weekend participant group photo
 Post-it notes on a whiteboard


Please visit the Farmer School of Business Admissions page for information about how to apply and be admitted into the business school.

Application Process

Interested in being in the Entrepreneurship Co-Major or Minor?

STEP ONE: Yes, there’s an application. Pro tip: spend good, quality time on the application. We do not
consider you any more or any less based on how fast you complete it so impress us with how well you
complete it.

STEP TWO: We want to talk. Once you turn in your application, you will be sent an email to schedule a short conversation interview. We schedule conversations once during fall semester and once in the spring. Like we said,
do not rush your application, but if you would like to interview in a certain semester, here are some

Fall: Application due late September/early October

Spring: Application late February/early March

If you turn in your application after the due date, we will talk with you during the following semester.

If you are abroad, we still want to talk with you! We are happy to make arrangements via or a phone call.

Not totally sure if you are ready to talk with us or even apply? That’s okay! Take one of our 200 level
classes (201, 251 or 252). We actually want all students interested in applying to the co-major or minor to have already taken a class or two. It shows us you are serious about becoming a part of
Entrepreneurship. You do not need to be in the co-major or minor to take ESP 101 or any 200 classes.

Do you have more questions? We love those. Please feel free to reach out to Entrepreneurship
academic advisor, Jim Friedman, at You can also stop by his office, FSB
2073, and sign up (on his door) for a time to talk with him.