Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Hero Image

Change the world with your innovative ideas.

The entrepreneurship & technology innovation (ENTI) major will provide you with the knowledge, skills, connections and resources you need to launch a startup, foster innovation in an established company or develop sustainable solutions to important societal problems.

Technology innovation changes the world by creating new knowledge, disrupting established industries and reshaping career paths. The ENTI major prepares you to adapt and thrive amidst this rapid change.

Through first-hand experience, you will learn to recognize opportunity, generate ideas, validate business models, influence others, bring innovative technologies to market and launch and grow new ventures.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

Focused Study

Enrollment in the ENTI major is limited to 30 students per year. This enables us to deliver a high-impact, small-school experience as well as the many opportunities associated with attending a major research university.

You’ll move through the program with the other students in your class as a cohort, completing required entrepreneurship courses and being immersed in the broader entrepreneurial community together. Seasoned entrepreneurs and business leaders actively engage with you in all program courses and co-curricular activities.

Minor in Social Entrepreneurship

The minor in social entrepreneurship educates students about the process of addressing societal and cultural problems to make our world a better place.

Minor in Entrepreneurial Studies

The minor in entrepreneurial studies emphasizes evidence-based learning to provide students with firsthand experience in developing innovative ideas and putting them into action.

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Suggested course sequence.

Freshman Year

First semester
ENTR 350 – Intro to Entrepreneurship
ECON 101 – Microeconomics
MATH 221 – Calculus I or MATH 241 – Analytic Geometry and Calculus A
History and Cultural Change breadth course
BUAD 110 – Basics of Business

Second semester
ENTR 351 – Entrepreneurial Marketing
ECON 103 – Macroeconomics
MATH 201 – Statistics I
ENGL 110 – Seminar in composition
MISY 160 – Business Computing: Tools and Concepts or CISC 108 – Introduction to Computer Science I

Sophomore Year

First semester
Entrepreneurship elective
ACCT 207 – Accounting I
MATH 202 – Statistics II
Communication course
MISY 225 – Introduction to Programming Business Applications or CISC 181 – Introduction to Computer Science II

Second semester
Technical competency course
ACCT 208 – Accounting II (Managerial)
BUAD 301 – Introduction to Marketing
FINC 311 – Principles of Finance
Creative Arts and Humanities breadth course

Junior Year

First semester
Entrepreneurship elective
Technical competency course
BUAD 306 – Operations Management
BUAD 309 – Organizational Behavior
Breadth course or free elective

Second semester
ENTR 455 – Startup Experience I
Technical competency course
Communication course
ACCT 352 Law and Social Issues in Business or CISC 356 – Intellectual Property in the Digital Age
Free elective

Senior Year

First semester
ENTR 458 – Application Development for New Technology
Technical competency course
BUAD 441 – Strategic Management
Free elective
Free elective

Second semester
Entrepreneurship elective
Technical competency course
International business course
Free elective
Free elective


Career Opportunities

Entrepreneurial careers go beyond specific job titles and industries. Types of entrepreneurs include:

  • Inventor
  • Designer
  • Team builder
  • Business developer
  • Social venturer

Admissions Information

Learn more about undergraduate admissions requirements, deadlines, tuition and financial aid available to you.

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