The undergraduate engineering entrepreneurship minor prepare students with the knowledge, understanding and skills to essential entrepreneurship in a start-up venture or within a larger corporation. This minor develops entrepreneurial and leadership skills, while introducing students to the multiple facets of entrepreneurship, innovation, creative development and the overall entrepreneurial process. NOTE: This minor is open to CEAS students and BA computer science majors only.
The minor requires 15 credit hours consisting of two required courses and three elective courses. Requirements for the minor are met by completing the required and elective courses outlined below.
1 Designing for Defense is a cross-listed course. Students can only count it once towards the minor.
2 A student may only count 3 credit hours from an Entrepreneurship Capstone offered within their major.
3 This graduate-level course is open to undergraduate enrollment.
Each individual course that is counted towards these degree requirements must be passed with a D- or better. Note, however, that a C- or better is required in all prerequisite courses to move on to a subsequent course. Prior coursework may be transferred from other institutions with approval. At least three courses need to be taken on campus (or online) through CU Boulder.