Successful technological entrepreneurs know how to relate to people with different types of knowledge and experience. One program goal is to teach the art of collaboration, which is key to turning new technology into marketable products and services.
This minor provides undergraduates with an understanding of the process for successfully bringing new technology-driven products to market. It's open to all full-time undergraduates at Northeastern, but is specifically designed for students majoring in science, computer science, engineering, business or health sciences. The minor consists of five courses, four required Entrepreneurship and Innovation courses and one course dependent on your major. For most students the fifth course is already included in their program of study.
ENTR 2301 - Innovation!
ENTR 3403 - Managing Operations in a Technology-Based Start-Up Firm
ENTR 4501 - Planning and Growth Ventures
ACCT 1209 - Financial Accounting and Reporting
ENTR 3330 - Introduction to Product Design for Entrepreneurs
Or an approved course from your college, e.g., GE 1110 - Engineering Design
School of Technological Entrepreneurship Office
304 Hayden Hall
360 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115
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