Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurial Engineering, M.S.
Degree Requirements (30 Hours)
At least half of the credit hours satisfying Degree Requirements must be earned in courses numbered 700 and above.
Required Courses (24 Hours)
|ECIV 707||Management of Engineering Projects||3|
|EMCH 522||Design for Manufacture and Assembly||3|
|or ENCP 734||Prototype Design & Manufacturing|
|ENCP 530||Cases in Technology Feasibility Analysis||3|
|ENCP 535||Developing and Launching New Ventures in Science and Technology||3|
|ENCP 737||Entrepreneurial Laboratory||6|
|COSM 701||Business and Legal Issues for Science Managers||3|
|or ENCP 533||Legal Aspects of Engineering & Innovation|
|MGMT 777||Innovation and New Venture Analysis||3|
|or ENCP 536||Innovation and New Venture Analysis|
|Total Credit Hours||24|
Business Electives (6 Hours)
Select two approved business courses (500-level or above). Students should consult with the program director prior to enrolling in elective courses.
Upon the completion of 24 credit hours of coursework, students are required to complete successfully a comprehensive exam. The exam will include a case study report that synthesizes and integrates knowledge gained from the core courses of the program.