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Technology Entrepreneurship Initiative

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Collaborate with Engineers

Having partnered with student's from the Hankamer School of Business' Entrepreneurship program, you'll graduate from TEI's program with a story that can turn recruiters' heads. You'll be proficient not only in R&D but also competent to collaborate with finance, sales and marketing ~ from inception to launch.

How do I participate in TEI?

The TEI program offers Engineering students a variety of ways to engage in Technology Entrepreneurship. TEI-associated courses can simply serve as pieces of your required course load, or you can choose to pursue a Technology Entrepreneurship certification.

Get Certified

The Certificate in Technology Entrepreneurship is an official Baylor University credential verifying completion of a series of cross-disciplinary courses in technology entrepreneurship, including a consultative project on behalf of a technology-based venture in its efforts to commercialize a new innovation. This certification is only available to students of the School of Engineering and Computer Science.

To complete the certificate, you can choose either a domestic or international track.

Domestic Track

  1. Complete Global Business: Economics and Communications (EGR4396)
  2. Complete Technology Entrepreneurship (ENT 4340)
  3. Complete 1 of the following electives
    • Corporate Entrepreneurship: Initiating and Sustaining Innovation (ENT4330)
    • Social Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (ENT4353)
    • International Entrepreneurship (ENT3350)
Example Domestic Schedule
  • 1st Semester (Junior) GBEC (EGR 4396)
  • 2nd Semester (Junior)/1st Semester (Senior) Corporate Entrepreneurship (ENT4330)
  • 1st or 2nd Semester (Senior) Technology Entrepreneurship

International Track

  1. Complete Global Business: Economics and Communications (EGR4396)
  2. Complete Technology Entrepreneurship (ENT 4352) and International Entrepreneurship (ENT 3350) in Shanghai with i5 More information on Baylor i5
Example International Schedule
  • 1st Semester (Junior) GBEC (EGR 4396) while applying for i5
  • Summer after Junior year Technology Entrepreneurship (ENT 4352) and International
  • Entrepreneurship (ENT 3350) via i5 program

To apply for the Technology Entrepreneurship Certificate, click here

TEI Course Replacements

Technology Entrepreneurship is designed to integrate smoothly into your degree plan. You can petition to substitute TEI courses for the following:

Mechanical Engineering

  • Technical and Professional Writing (ENG3300)
  • Engineering Economic Analysis (ECO3308)

Electrical Engineering

  • Technical and Professional Writing (ENG3300)
  • Engineering Economic Analysis (ECO3308)

Computer Science

  • Summer Intern Program (CSI 3395 or BINF 3396)