The Entrepreneurship Department offers a wide selection of courses designed to teach students how to become dynamic entrepreneurs and play a key role in society by relentlessly pursuing opportunities to create and sustain a competitive and viable enterprise. With a focus on new venture creation, intrapreneurship and entrepreneurial management within existing organizations, the department fosters the entrepreneurial spirit with courses such as entrepreneurial behavior, opportunity identification, business planning, management of innovation, and entrepreneurial finance.
Business case studies provide students with real life scenarios of business decisions happening in every class.
Small class sizes foster close and healthy student-professor relationships.
Faculty typically have doctorates or significant industrial experience. Lectures and labs are taught by professors and assisted by graduate students.
The diverse and broad-based education includes a strong design emphasis and practical experience.
Every student works on a team to complete a two-semester capstone design project.
Students have the opportunity to work with faculty on undergraduate research projects.