The Entrepreneurial Engineering Minor is designed for the technology-minded entrepreneur who seeks to understand disciplinary fundamentals, assess market needs, create technologies, and determine how to manufacture solutions sustainably and economically. The course requirements for the minor are designed to incorporate both engineering elements (product development and prototyping) and creative elements (product design), along with market and societal considerations (customer discovery and needs assessment). The elective option provides an opportunity to specialize in one of three areas: manufacturing, design, or venture creation. Versions of this minor are available for both engineering and non-engineering majors.
Entrepreneurial Engineering Minor
ENTR2303: Entrepreneurial Marketing and Selling
ENTR3305: Business Modeling for Entrepreneurs
ENTR3306: Global Entrepreneurship
ENTR3319: Innovation Workshop
ENTR4510: New Venture Laboratory Abroad
ARCH1450: Understanding Design
ARTE3901: Art Design and Special Topics
ARTF1122: 2D Fundamentals: Surface and Drawing
ARTF1123: 2D Tools
ARTF1124: 3D Fundamentals: Structure and Drawing
ARTF1125: 3D Tools
ARTG1250: Design Process: Context and Systems
ARTG3462: Experience Design 1
ARTG3463: Experience Design 2
Note that deviations from the tracks described above will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
Sign Up for the Minor by contacting your academic advisor.
Questions should be directed to Prof. Andrew Gouldstone, A.Gouldstone@northeastern.edu, 617.373.4017