Business-Engineering-Technology

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. To remain in the program, the cumulative GPA must be equal to or greater than 3.0.

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.

BUSI/ENGR 3510Introduction to Business and Engineering3
BUSI/ENGR 3520Integrating Business and Engineering Theories with Practice3
BUSI/ENGR 3560Leadership for Business and Engineers1
BUSI/ENGR 5540Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation4
BUSI/ENGR 5550Product/Process Design and Development I2
BUSI/ENGR 5560Product/Process Design and Development II3
Total Hours16