Master of Technological Entrepreneurship
The objective of the Master of Technological Entrepreneurship program is to train prospective entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs who intend to start, build, and manage businesses and business initiatives that leverage technological innovation to generate competitive advantage.
To earn a Master of Technological Entrepreneurship, students must successfully complete 30 credit hours consisting of 24 credit hours of core courses and six credit hours of elective courses.
|BUS 510||Building an Innovative and Sustainable Business||3|
|BUS 590||Business Innovation in the Next Economy||6|
|IDX 560||Analysis + Synthesis for Non-Designers||3|
|IDX 562||Multidisciplinary Prototyping||3|
|MBA 576||Creating and Financing New Technology Ventures||3|
|LAW 171||Entrepreneurship Law||3|
|LAW 505||Business Entity Formation||3|
|Select six credit hours 1||6|
|Total Credit Hours||30|
Elective courses must be approved by the student's adviser and the program director prior to registration.