Georgia Tech's international reputation has historically been based on the quality of engineers produced and the quality of research performed in a wide variety of technical and scientific fields.
The Program for Engineering Entrepreneurship expands Georgia Tech's reputation by providing high quality programs in entrepreneurial management and by helping to develop the skills and attitudes necessary to meet the challenges of high tech industry in the 21st century.
The program is a collaboration between the Scheller College of Business, the College of Engineering, and the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, and combines the experience and expertise of each of these areas to provide Georgia Tech students, faculty and the Atlanta community with educational opportunities in the area of high tech engineering entrepreneurship. The program's focus includes:
- A graduate level curriculum leading to a Certificate in Engineering Entrepreneurship
- Short courses on a variety of topics for faculty members, scientists, and engineers,
- Academic conferences on technology entrepreneurship
- Seminars consisting of high profile speakers who have made an impact on industry
If you are an engineer or scientist with an entrepreneurial spirit and dream about creating your very own technology venture, the Program for Engineering Entrepreneurship can help you reach your entrepreneurial goals. The program is collaboration between the Scheller, the College of Engineering, and the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering.
This program was originally funded by a special opportunity award from the Whitaker Foundation and by the Lawrence P. Huang Chair in Engineering Entrepreneurship. Further project funding come from the NCIIA for Medical Device ventures and the Technopole, Metz.
Graduate Certificate in Engineering Entrepreneurship