The 12-credit Entrepreneurship Concentration will focus on building knowledge of the business context of engineering and technology. Progressing from concept validation to the development of a business plan, students will acquire the essential knowledge, understanding and skills to practice entrepreneurship in a start-up venture or within a larger corporation.

Below are the credit hours required for students who choose the Entrepreneurship Concentration:


  • Business Methods & Economics for Engineers (EMEN 4100) 3 credits
  • Technology Ventures & Marketing (EMEN 4800) 3 credits
  • Entrepreneurial Business Preparation (EMEN 4825) 3 credits

Choose One:

  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship* (ESBM 3100) 3 credits
  • Leadership & Professional Skills (EMEN 4050) 3 credits
  • Engineering Entrepreneurship for the Developing World (EMEN 4200) 3 credits

​Total Credits:

  • 12 credits

Note: Beginning with the incoming class of Fall 2016, all courses in your e+ Concentration require a minimum grade of C.

Note: Pursuing a Minor in Engineering Entrepreneurship requires completion of only one additional course, EMEN 4820, beyond the requirements for the Entrepreneurship Concentration.