Master of Science in Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The Master of Science in Innovation and Entrepreneurship is an interdisciplinary program offered to business and engineering students.
Companies sponsoring students may provide technologies to be vetted as part of a team-based project initiated during Technology Commercialization Experience 1 (BUS 5116).
The applicant to the program must have a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution with an earned GPA of at least 3.0. The applicant must submit a GMAT score of 500 or better, or an equivalent GRE score.
General admission requirements and the process for applying are presented in the Academic Overview section of the university catalog.
The Master of Science in Innovation and Entrepreneurship is conferred on a student who has successfully completed 30 credit hours of required and elective courses as listed on the student's approved Graduate Program Plan.
|BUS 5601||Essentials of Business Development 1||3|
|BUS 5602||Essentials of Business Development 2||3|
|BUS 5114||Survey of Entrepreneurship and Innovation||3|
|BUS 5115||New Product Development and Life Cycle Development||3|
|BUS 5116||Technology Commercialization Experience 1||3|
|BUS 5117||Technology Commercialization Experience 2||3|
|BUS 5447||Entrepreneurial Finance||3|
Business and Legal Aspects of Intellectual Property
|Electives (choose two of the following)||6|
|ENM 5100||Quality Engineering|
|ENM 5200||Project Engineering|
|ENM 5420||Technology Commercialization Strategies|
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED 30