Engineering Entrepreneurship, Minor

Penn Engineering offers a Minor in Engineering Entrepreneurship (EENT), complementing the core engineering disciplines. This Minor is designed for students majoring in engineering and applied science. However, it is open to all University undergraduates subject to available class space.  Non-engineering students should check with their home schools to determine their eligibility to take the EENT Minor. All courses for the EENT Minor must be taken for a grade (no Pass/Fail).

SEAS Second Major or Minor Option

Students interested in a second major (College students only) or minor with SEAS are required to meet with the Undergraduate Curriculum Chair from the major/minor department you wish to declare to discuss requirements and obtain approval on the Second Major or Minor form. The approved form must be returned to the SEAS Research and Academic Services Office, 109 Towne Building.

 

Engineering Entrepreneurship Minor (EENT)

This minor is designed for students majoring in engineering and applied science. However, it is it is open to all University undergraduates subject to class availability. Non-engineering students should check with their home school to determine their eligibility to take the EENT minor. All courses must be taken for grade (no Pass/Fail).

Required Courses
EAS 545Engineering Entrepreneurship I1
EAS 546Engineering Entrepreneurship II1
Electives
Select four of the following:4
Medical Devices
From Biomedical Science to the Marketplace
Engineering Ethics
Corporate Responsibility and Ethics
High Tech Venture Development
Foundations of Leadership
Engineering Economics
Venture Capital and the Finance of Innovation
Needfinding
Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship
Legal Aspect of Entrepreneurship
Negotiations
Negotiations
Negotiations
Product Design
Product Development in Entrepreneurial Ventures
Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial Management
Total Course Units6

The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2017 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.