Come for a degree . . . leave with a company! The Engineering Entrepreneurship Minor provides students with exposure to the broad range of skills required to succeed in a technologically-based entrepreneurial endeavor including introduction to engineering entrepreneurs for mentoring, analysis of technology trends, fundamentals of intellectual property protection, ethics in business, practice in key communications skills, understanding of the due diligence process, exposure to proposal writing and management skills and involvement in basic elements of starting a company. Sixteen hours of coursework are required as listed below.
This course combination simultaneously satisfies the requirements for an Engineering Entrepreneurship Minor and the University Entrepreneurship Minor. Students may not minor in both Entrepreneurship and Engineering Entrepreneurship.