As of fall 2019, the following courses are recommended for engineers interested in entrepreneurship. Additional courses will be added in the coming semesters.
- EMEN 4800: Technology Ventures and Marketing
- EMEN 4820: Entrepreneurial Product Development
- ASEN 5519: Selected Topics (Designing for Defense) 1,3
- ATLS 2002: Design Technologies: Process
- ATLS 3519: Special Topics in Technology, Arts and Media (Design for Change)
- COEN 5830: Selected Topics (Designing for Defense) 1,3
- CSCI 4348/4358: Startup Essentials: Entrepreneurial Projects in Computing 2
- CSCI 7000: Current Topics in Computer Science (Designing for Defense) 1,3
- CYBR 5830: Special Topics (Intro to Blockchain)
- GEEN 2400: Engineering Projects for the Community
- GEEN 3400: Invention and Innovation
- ECEN 4610/4620: Capstone Laboratory Part 1 (Entrepreneurship Track) 2
- EMEN 4100: Engineering Economics
- EMEN 4200: Engineering and Entrepreneurship for the Developing World
- EMEN 4825: New Venture Creation
- MCEN 4228: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering (Design for Community)
- MCEN 4045/4085: Mechanical Engineering Design Project 1,2
- MCEN 5830 Designing for Defense 1,3
1 Designing for Defense is a cross-listed course. Students can count it only once towards the engineering entrepreneurship minor.
2 A student may count only 3 credit hours from an Entrepreneurship Capstone offered within their major.
3 This graduate-level course is open to undergraduate enrollment.