Engineering Concept, Creation, and Commercialization - Certificate
Texas A&M University’s Engineering Entrepreneurship Program has created the Engineering Concept, Creation and Commercialization certificate program that allows graduate students to gain insight into industry and sharpen their entrepreneurial skills.
This program includes insight into startup business practices and offers the chance for students to share their ideas with industry as well as become inspired by former Texas A&M engineering students who have successfully commercialized their own products. Students can uncover what customers are looking for and, in turn, design a product that customers value.
For additional information about the program, please visit our website.
This program is also approved for delivery via synchronous distance education technology.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|ENGR 661||Product Lean Launch for Engineers||3|
|ENGR 662||Engineering Entrepreneurship Hour||1|
|Select three of the following: 1||9|
|Medical Device Path to Market|
|Entrepreneurial Pathways in Medical Devices|
|Enterprise Basics for Technical Entrepreneurs|
|Sales, Operations, and Manufacturing for Technology Companies|
|Technology Company Management, Leadership, and Corporate Culture|
|Entrepreneurship in Nano and Energy Systems|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||13|
Other courses may be approved as prescribed electives by the Certificate Program Director.