Want your future employer to consider you a “dream team” player? If your major is Business or Engineering, TEI can hone you to become just that — a top choice recruit — with a single point of differentiation:
~ you have successfully worked in a cross-disciplinary team for a real world entrepreneur to bring a technology innovation to market.
What’s exceptional? Technology companies rarely see:
- A newly minted engineer with business experience.
- A business school grad who can collaborate with engineers.
Baylor’s TEI program offers a series of cross-disciplinary courses in technology entrepreneurship for engineering and business students as well as law students studying intellectual property law. The program is an opportunity to enter a trial-by-fire consulting team engagement in the U.S. or China. The i5 summer program in Shanghai is the premier capstone experience and heralded by many students as a resumé magnet for corporate recruiters.
Both need-based and merit scholarships are available.
Listen as John Carreker, former President and CEO of ALI Solutions, discusses the difference he sees in graduates of the TEI program. An Employer's Perspective (Video)
If you make TEI part of your game plan, you’ll substitute the TEI program for a selection of core courses within your degree. To make this critical choice timely, learn more now: