Students explore techniques for generating and evaluating creative ideas, identifying opportunities, and developing innovative concepts that have the potential for commercialization or social impact.
This interdisciplinary knowledge enables them to develop holistic solutions and consider multiple perspectives in their entrepreneurial endeavors.
The program cultivates an entrepreneurial mindset among students. They learn about the key elements of entrepreneurship, including opportunity recognition, business model development, market analysis, risk assessment, and strategic planning.
Duration: Bachelor’s degree requires about 8 semesters or 4 years
Program delivery: 12-15 credits per normal semester and 6 credits per summer semester
Internship: Placement on a 3-month internship
Courses: Apart from courses closely related to the program, students take general education courses.
|General Business requirements||45|
Core Requirements (27 Credits)
|Course Code||Course Name||Credits|
|MAN 392||Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management||3|
|MDIE 3301||Family Business||3|
|MDIE 3304||Management of Innovation and Technology||3|
|MDIE 4303||Entrepreneurial Growth/Managing a Growing Business||3|
|MDIE 4304||New Venture Creation||3|
Graduates of this program are prepared for a wide range of career opportunities. They can pursue roles in startups, innovation departments of established organizations, design firms, consulting firms, social enterprises, or even venture into entrepreneurship and start their own ventures.
Possible career paths include:
Contact Program Chair Dr. Rene Paquibut for more information.