Want to complement your degree, stand out to recruiters, and become more knowledgeable about entrepreneurship by learning from U-M STEM graduates and technical founders?
Students from ANY school or college may register for an ENTR course, just search the Wolverine Access course catalog for ENTR.
Fall 2018 Course Offerings
NEW Section of Practicum ENTR 411.004 #36257 is now being offered!
Meets TH 4-6 PM in Chrysler 151
Technology Commercialization: in this NEW section, you’ll explore entrepreneurship first-hand to gain the skills you need to develop a tech-driven company. Specifically, you’ll apply the scientific method and lean startup principles to designing a tech business that is sustainable, scalable, and repeatable. Instructor: Dr. Matt Gibson.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can take an ENTR course?
Can undergraduate students take graduate courses?
Can graduate students take undergraduate courses?
Are there pre-requisite courses you need to take?
Do ENTR courses help me towards my degree?
College of Engineering undergraduate students can also earn up to 4 credits of PCDC (Professional and Creative Development Courses) credit from ENTR courses.
Can I take an ENTR course pass/fail?
How do I register?
2. Search by the subject code ENTR
3. If you can’t find a course, expand the “Additional Search Criteria” section and paste in the Class Nbr
Graduate Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Click here to learn about the certificate and apply!
Undergraduate Program in Entrepreneurship
Undergraduate Minor in Entrepreneurship
For information on the University-wide Undergraduate Minor in Entrepreneurship, please visit innovateblue.umich.edu/academics.
Other Courses of Interest
Students interested in entrepreneurship may also be interested in the following:
- 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