In today’s society technology and business are merging at an unprecedented rate and engineers need skills to meet this challenge. Career success as an engineer is often determined as much by an ability to communicate with coworkers, sell ideas, and manage time as by aptitude at manipulating mathematical equations, coding, or analyzing mass and energy balances. This course covers the skills needed by entrepreneurial engineers to combine technical abilities, business and organizational expertise, and awareness for opportunity.
Open to juniors or seniors in the College of Engineering. All enrollment restrictions are waived for students earning the Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.