Minor in Technology Commercialization
The minor is intended for all undergraduate students within the College of Engineering. The purpose is to inspire, mentor, and foster future business leaders and innovators who have the potential to shape the future of technology and technological innovation on a global scale.
For motivated students, it provides the opportunity to collaborate with other students to develop and present a potentially winning idea in the Governor’s Cup Collegiate Business Plan Competition — the capstone of the technology commercialization minor.
Certificate in Technology Commercialization
Open to all majors, the Certificate program provides students with the necessary foundational knowledge in technology commercialization and consists of 12 credit hours. Courses include topics such as Engineering, Economics, Entrepreneurship, and Business Plan Creation.
Certificate in Engineering Entrepreneurship
Open to all majors, the Engineering Entrepreneurship Certificate program prepares students to be successful engineering entrepreneurs by providing them with specific skills and knowledge that are most important to be successful in designing, developing, and marketing products and services in a financially and legally sound way. It is a 21 credit program that includes courses in diverse areas such as hands-on engineering fundamentals, engineering economics, lean start-up, and technology commercialization.