CHANGE THE WORLD WITH YOUR INNOVATIVE IDEAS
The entrepreneurship & technology innovation (ENTI) major will empower you by providing you with the knowledge, skills and connections you need to launch a startup, foster innovation for an established company or develop sustainable solutions to important social problems.
Technology innovation changes the world by continuously creating new knowledge, disrupting established industries and reshaping career paths. The ENTI major prepares you to adapt and thrive amidst this rapid change.
You will learn to recognize opportunity, generate ideas, validate business models, influence others, bring innovative technologies to market and launch and grow new ventures.
The ENTI curriculum gives you first-hand experience with the processes of launching new products, businesses and social ventures into the marketplace. Co-curricular opportunities enrich the program by helping you to gain additional experience, make valuable connections and benefit from supportive resources.
AREAS OF STUDY
- Technical competency
- Business owner
- Start-up entrepreneur
What’s special about this program?
Enrollment in the Lerner College ENTI major is limited to 30 students per year. This enables us to deliver a high-impact, small-school experience while providing the rich opportunities associated with a major research university. ENTI students move through the program as a cohort, completing required entrepreneurship courses as a group that is simultaneously immersed in the broader entrepreneurial community.
Seasoned entrepreneurs and business leaders actively engage in all program courses and co-curricular activities; major requirements include the completion of immersive, experiential learning capstone courses.
Entrepreneurship Club Venture Development Center VentureOn Startup eXperience Blue Hen Investment Club Lerner College Trading Center Women in Business Minority Business Student Association Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity Lerner Student Advisory Board Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity
Basics of Business
Intro to Computer Science I or MISY160 Business Computing: Tools & Concepts
Critical Reading and Writing
Intro to Entrepreneurship
First Year Experience
Hist. & Cult. Change/ Multicul. Breadth
BUAD301 Intro. to Marketing
Intro. to Computer Sciences II or MISY225 Intro. to Programming Business Applications
Principles of Finance
Creat. Arts & Humanities Breadth
ACCT352 Law & Social Issues in Business or CISC356 Intellectual Property in the Digital Age
Startup Experience I
Technical Competency Courses
University Breadth Courses
Startup Experience II
Technical Competency Courses
Intl. Business Course
About the School
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