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How is Management with Entrepreneurship Concentration at Michigan Tech Different?

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 launch your high-tech ideas with success.

Michigan Tech faculty 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.

What You Need to Know

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.

Businesses and Ventures Created by Michigan Tech College of Business Alumni:

  • Source Performance, Malcolm Gwilliam '08
  • Kaye Putnam Brand Strategy, Kaye Putnam '08
  • Makerhub, Cedric Kennedy '16

The College of Business is Small Enough to Care and Large Enough to Lead:

  • Open to all majors, the Applied Portfolio Management Program—one of the top 50 student funds in the nation—offers experience on the trading room floor by investing more than $2 million of real money.

  • The Silicon Valley Experience is a one-of-a-kind spring break trip that transports Huskies to the heart of the tech business world to tour companies and meet with successful innovators, including Michigan Tech alumni.

  • Business students gain entrepreneurial experience on campus through peer collaboration with our Business Development Experience, creating and presenting a business plan for a Senior Design or Enterprise project.

Opportunities and Experiences for Tomorrow

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. Powerful innovation occurs when a diverse group of students live near each other, sharing in challenges and success, pooling knowledge and expertise, and living with a common purpose to create the future.

"Michigan Tech's commitment to entrepreneurship prepares students to be business leaders through education, real-world experiences, and collaboration with business resources. Rapid changes in business and technology demand this comprehensive approach to lead the way."Daniel Yoder, senior business consultant, Small Business Development Centerhosted by Michigan Tech

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