Powerful innovation occurs when a diverse group of students share in challenges and success, pool knowledge and expertise, and live with a common purpose to create the future.
Upgrade Your Management Degree with an Entrepreneurship Concentration
The Michigan Tech management major with concentration in entrepreneurship helps students get their disruptive business ideas off the ground with small class sizes, experiential learning, and financial opportunities. Learn how to make a business plan, hire employees, and stay on top of innovation trends–everything you need to know to successfully launch your high-tech ideas.
Michigan Tech professors nurture students' ideas. Classes help students establish crowdfunding success, and Enterprise projects challenge teams to innovate and pitch to real clients—practical preparation for a future in business.
2concentration options—entrepreneurship and supply chain and operations management
$4.6Mtotal scholarships and grants awarded to undergraduate business students
Top 3Michigan Tech business students place highly at CMU's New Venture Competition
Businesses and Ventures Created by Michigan Tech College of Business Alumni
- Electric Brewing Supply, Ryan Gray ‘07
- Source Performance, Malcolm Gwilliam ’08
- Kaye Putnam Brand Strategy, Kaye Putnam ’08
- Makerhub, Cedric Kennedy ’16
- SwimSmart Warning Systems, Jacob Soter ’20
Innovation Center for Entrepreneurship House
Live, learn, and grow alongside like-minded students inside the Innovation Center for Entrepreneurship (ICE) House. This on-campus residence promotes innovation through entrepreneurship and group collaboration.
National Science Foundation's I-Corps Program
Starting a business requires learning, planning, and networking. Michigan Tech's partnership with the National Science Foundation's I-Corps program helps students find markets for their inventions as an experiential learning project integrated into the entrepreneurship concentration.