Entrepreneurship and Technology Management, MS

School of Engineering

Program Description:

The School of Engineering offers a concentration in Entrepreneurship and Technology Management for the M.S. programs in Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, and Optical Science and Engineering. This program allows students pursuing these M.S. degrees at the School of Engineering to complement their technical training with the management and business skills required to be successful entrepreneurs. Concentration requirements are as follows:

  • 15 credit hours minimum of graduate-level courses at the School of Engineering. Includes 3 credit hours for Project, Thesis, or ECE/ME 556 Entrepreneurial Engineering.
  • 1 credit hour of graduate seminar (if required by the department).
  • MGMT 512 Strategic Management of Technology.
  • Choose 3 from: MGMT 513, 514, 515, 516; or other courses as approved by advisor.
  • 3 additional MGMT credit hours for Thesis, Project, or Business Plan.

The minimum total credit hours for the concentration is 30 (31 if the graduate seminar is required). Note that prerequisites may be required.