D'Amore-McKim School of Business
Successful technological entrepreneurs know how to relate to people with different types of knowledge and experience. One program goal is to teach the art of collaboration, which is key to turning new technology into marketable products and services. This is the only truly interdisciplinary master's degree program for technological entrepreneurship in the United States.
Technological entrepreneurship involves the intersection of technology development (science and engineering) and business creation (management and business). STE offers both undergraduate and graduate programs that teach students how to build business plans, market science- and engineering-based products and obtain the financing to start a technology-based business. We cover important topics you must know to survive and thrive in the technology-based business world, including intellectual property rights, licensing and product development strategies. Classes are team-taught by faculty members from the colleges of Engineering, Business Administration, Computer and Information Science and Bouve College of Health Sciences, giving you the varied perspectives you need to compete in today's market.
Technological Entrepreneurship certificate program is designed for professionals with college degrees or current graduate students interested in corporate venturing or developing a freestanding start-up.
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Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid Description: Yes, all students are encouraged to apply for financial assistance when they apply for admission. Please speak to an Enrollment Advisor for more information.
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Loans Offered: All students are encouraged to apply for financial assistance when they apply for admission. Federal, state, University scholarship programs, and payment options are available.
Locale: Large City