The Technology Entrepreneurship certificate is designed for Business and Engineering students to help you connect the dots between the development of technologies and bringing those technologies to market as a profitable venture.

You’ll learn how technology evolves over time, and how to take an idea from its infancy to its launch within the marketplace. As part of a global technology team, you will work with your classmates to apply your knowledge of new product development, innovation management, and commercial technology.

Technology Entrepreneurship Certificate students also develop a personal plan for your professional development outside of the classroom. These activities may include entrepreneurship-related conferences and workshops, business plan competitions, or other related events that are available on campus or in the business community.

This is a joint program between the Lubar School of Business and the College of Engineering & Applied Science.

You may also be interested in:
New Venture Business Plan Competition
James D. Scheinfeld Entrepreneurial Award
Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
LaMacchia Enterprises Entrepreneur Internship Program
UWM Start Up Challenge

Gainful Employment

The Undergraduate Certificate in Technology Entrepreneurship is subject to gainful employment regulations.

See: Gainful Employment Certificate Disclosure Information

For More Information

Undergraduate Student Services
Lubar Hall N297
(414) 229-5271


Technology Entrepreneurship (15 credits)

BUS ADM 542 Introduction to Technology Entrepreneurship
BUS ADM 543 Introduction to Technology Management and Innovation
BUS ADM 544 New Product Development
BUS ADM 546 Global Innovation Management
BUS ADM 548 Technology Venturing Project

The most up-to-date requirements and course descriptions can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog.