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Undergraduate Programs

Some people know from the outset that they want to be their own boss. If that sounds like you, take a look at the programs and courses we offer. We can help prepare you now so that you'll be ready to create your own company when you graduate.

Undergraduate Programs

Entrepreneurship Minor

Students learn to address the social and environmental problems facing our society with an eye toward feasible and transformative solutions. They will also gain the perspectives and skills needed to start, build, transform, and/or fund the organizations that will implement these solutions. Students graduating with this concentration will be able to work with others (both within and outside existing institutions) and to make the changes necessary to improve social and environmental conditions. School of Business

Undergraduate Certificate, Information Technology Entrepreneurship

This certificate prepares IT and engineering students for a successful career as entrepreneurs in the area of information technology. They acquire a unique body of knowledge related to innovation, both on the information technology/engineering/inventive side and on the entrepreneurial side, and will gain a competitive advantage in the difficult market where only a few new companies are able to survive and grow. This certificate is designed for students who are working on or possess an undergraduate degree in information technology, computer science, engineering, or a related domain and who want to focus on IT innovation and entrepreneurship. Volgenau School of Engineering

BA in Integrative Studies, Concentration in Social Innovation and Enterprise

Students learn to address the social and environmental problems facing our society with an eye toward feasible and transformative solutions. They will also gain the perspectives and skills needed to start, build, transform, and/or fund the organizations that will implement these solutions. Students graduating with this concentration will be able to work with others (both within and outside existing institutions) and to make the changes necessary to improve social and environmental conditions. College of Humanities and Social Sciences