Technological Entrepreneurship, MS

The Master of Science in Technological Entrepreneurship is a 30-credit graduate degree program comprised of nine required courses and one graduate business elective course. Curriculum focuses on developing know-how to create new product lines and services from innovations, strong business models, go-to-market strategies, and business plans for investors. Students study how to segment customers, differentiate users and buyers, and delve into their respective needs. Curriculum will expose students to how to rapidly prototype designs and explore business models and construct financial projections. Students will be encouraged to participate in IDEA, our on-campus accelerator. 

Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.

Required Course Work

Entrepreneurship
ENTR 6200Enterprise Growth and Innovation3
ENTR 6212Business Planning for New Ventures3
ENTR 6218Business Model Design and Innovation3
ENTR 6219Financing Ventures from Early Stage to Exit3
Technology
TECE 6222Emerging and Disruptive Technologies3
TECE 6230Entrepreneurial Marketing and Selling3
TECE 6250Lean Design and Development3
TECE 6300Managing a Technology-Based Business3
TECE 6340The Technical Entrepreneur as Leader3
Elective
Complete 3 semester hours from the following subject areas:3
ACCT, BUSN, ENTR, FINA, HRMG, INTB, MECN, MKTG, MGMT, SCHM, STRT, or TECE

Program Credit/GPA Requirements

30 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required