Students who minor in Business-Engineering-Technology learn, practice, and integrate entrepreneurship, engineering, and business management skills demanded by the technology-driven global economy, solve real-world case study and design problems, and work in cross-functional teams. The minor is a joint offering by the Colleges of Business and Engineering. Admission to the minor is competitive. Engineering and business majors apply for admission to the Business-Engineering-Technology Program as second semester sophomores. To remain in the program the cumulative GPA must be equal to or greater than 3.0.
|ENGR 3510||Introduction to Business and Engineering||3|
|ENGR 3520||Integrating Business and Engineering Theory with Practice||3|
|BUSI 3550||Cross-Functional Teamwork||1|
|BUSI 4540||Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation||4|
|ENGR 4970||Product/Process Design and Development I||1|
|ENGR 4980||Product/Process Design and Development II||3|