WHY take a course? To complement your degree and make you a more competitive and marketable employee (in industry or academia) or a more knowledgeable founder.

HOW are these courses different? They’re hands-on experiential courses, designed and taught by U-M STEM graduates and technical founders.

WHAT are the details?

  • Students: Students from any school, college or unit
    • Seniors can take Graduate courses
    • Graduate students can take Undergraduate courses
  • Pre-Reqs: Varies, but generally none
  • Type: Electives (or Cognates with department approval)
  • Grading: Graded or Pass/Fail (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory)

 

Graduate Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Enrollment in the Graduate Certificate will begin Fall 2017. If you’d like more details, please email cfe-graduate@umich.edu

Undergraduate Program in Entrepreneurship

Enrollment in the Program in Entrepreneurship (PIE) closed September 2015. If you’re currently enrolled you can find program requirements here or email centerforentrepreneurship@umich.edu.

Undergraduate Minor in Entrepreneurship

For information on the University-wide Undergraduate Minor in Entrepreneurship, please visit innovateblue.umich.edu/academics.

Other Courses of Interest

  • ARCH 583: Professional Practice
  • BA612: Business Strategies for the Base of the Pyramid
  • ECON 490: Econ. of Entrepreneurship
  • EECS 441: Mobile App Development for Engineers
  • EECS/ENGR 410: Patent Fundamentals for Engineers
  • ENGR 110: Design Your Engineering Experience
  • ENGR 520 : Entrepreneurial Business Fundamentals
  • ENGR 521 : Clean Tech Entrepreneurship
  • ENGR/ChE 405 : Problem Solving, Troubleshooting, Entrepreneurship, Intrapreneurship, and Making the Transition to the Workplace
  • ENGR/EECS 406: High Tech Entrepreneurship
  • ES 212 & UC 270: Entrepreneurial Business Basics
  • FIN/ES 329 / 629: Financing Technology Commercialization – A Venture Capital Hands-on Challenge
  • ES 395: Entrepreneurial Management
  • FIN 425: Entrepreneurial Finances
  • IOE 422: Entrepreneurship
  • IOE 425 (MFG 426): Lean Manufacturing and Services
  • IOE 452 (MFG 455): Corporate Finance
  • IOE 453 (MFG 456): Derivative Instruments
  • IOE 463 (MFG 463): Measurement and Design of Work
  • MECHENG 390: RISE 3 – Research, Innovation, Service, Entrepreneurship
  • MECHENG 490: RISE 4 – Research, Innovation, Service, Entrepreneurship
  • MECHENG 499 (ENGR 345)
  • MECHENG 581 (MFG 574): Global Product Development
  • MKT 425: New Product & Innovation Management
  • UARTS 250: Creative Process