Curriculum & Program Outline
All students apply and are admitted to the UConn Graduate School. Students are expected to complete a 30 credits to complete the Global Entrepreneurship Master of Engineering program. The program takes approximately 3 years to complete. Courses and projects provide students with the necessary depth of study (beyond the undergraduate level) for a thorough understanding of modern engineering techniques and technologies.
Many courses are offered via online delivery.
MENG Core Courses (6 credits)
- ENGR 5311 – Professional Communication & Information Management
- ENGR 5312 – Engineering Project Planning & Management
Entrepreneurial Core Courses (6 credits)
- ENGR 5300 – Experiential Technology Entrepreneurship I
- ENGR 5300 – Experiential Technology Entrepreneurship II
Technical Core Courses (9 credits)
Entrepreneurial idea-related engineering or science technical courses at the 5000 or 6000 level with advisor consultation and approval.
Note: For students working on healthcare-related entrepreneurial ideas, one of the Technical Core Courses must be BME 6086-020 - Entrepreneurship Life Sciences. Two “electives” (3 credits each) are required for the remaining required credits, which can be chosen from a list of entrepreneurial/business classes offered at either Trinity College or UConn.
Entrepreneurial Elective Courses (6 credits)
In consultation with major advisor, selection of 2 courses. Examples:
- MGMT 5335 – MBA Entrepreneurship
- MGMT 4271 – Venture Consulting
- MGMT 5223 – Managing Innovation and Change
- MGMT 5335 – Venture Planning, Management, and Growth
- FNCE 4319 – Entrepreneurial Finance
Capstone Project (3 credits)
- ENGR 5315 – MEng Capstone Projects
Capstone projects focus on market survey, prototyping and/or product development. Students will be supervised under our entrepreneurial faculty members with the participation of our industrial entrepreneurial partners.
The Global Entrepreneurship Masters of Engineering is a 30-credit program.