Interdisciplinary Innovation & Entrepreneurship Certificate
The Innovation & Entrepreneurship Certificate (I&E Certificate) is a 15-credit sequence to actively lay a foundation, build a core, shape and polish a student’s capacity for innovation and entrepreneurship through engagement in advanced projects and ancillary coursework.
This program complements any major and can be completed in four to nine semesters. Completion involves a capstone course that is a practical implementation of a project or launch of a business. The program is designed to be of special interest to traditional and non-traditional students who have ambitions for establishing a startup company developing or offering an innovative product, process, ministry, organization or service.
I&E Certificate Courses
|INEN 221||Introduction to Innovation & Entrepreneurship—Foundations of Play||3|
|INEN 225||Prototyping and Tinkering||3|
|INEN 309||The Implementation Tool Box||3|
|INEN 455||Advanced Project—The Launch||3|
|Elective||Three credits of electives to be chosen in consultation with and approved by student’s primary I&E advisor||3|