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 is open to non-business majors only, and is specifically designed for students majoring in science, computer science, engineering, or health sciences. Business students interested in Technological Entrepreneurship should explore the Entrepreneurship concentration.
ACCT1209: Financial Accounting and Reporting ENTR2301: Innovation! ENTR3403: Managing Operations in a Technology-Based Start-Up Firm ENTR4501: Planning and Growth Ventures For those starting the minor after August 2011: ENTR3330: Introduction to Product Design for Entrepreneurs GE1110: Engineering Design (can count as the 5th required course, but we strongly recommend ENTR3330)
TECE2310: Business Basics for Technological Entrepreneurship --> ACCT1209, or equivalent from your own program TECE2301: Opportunity Assessment in a Technology-Based Firm --> ENTR2301: Innovation! TECE3401: Managing Operations in a Technology-Based Start-up Firm --> ENTR3403: Managing Operations in a Technology-Based Start-up Firm TECE3450: Strategic Entrepreneurship --> ENTR4501: Planning for Growth Ventures
To declare a minor in Technological Entrepreneurship, please click on the link below and submit the form to 250 Dodge Hall.
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