Enterprises are student-driven, multidisciplinary teams that work like companies on real-world client projects, whether the deliverable is an innovative product, a pioneering solution, or a much-needed service. The hallmark of the Enterprise Program is the experiential training it provides to students. Many teams design, manufacture, and test their own prototypes—an end-to-end product development experience. Some teams prepare designs for national competitions, and some projects take teams abroad. Teams collaborate with clients from business and industry, and work closely with a faculty advisor.
Chemical engineering students have the option to earn a minor or concentration in Enterprise.
Contact your advisor for more information.
- Alternative Energy Enterprise
- Consumer Product Manufacturing
Energy Storage - Interview with Dr. Lucia Gauchia
An interview on the current state of energy storage technology with Dr. Lucia Gauchia, professor at Michigan Technological University. This video was produced by Dr. Rebecca Ong for CM3979/ENT3979 - Alternative Energy Processes and Technologies.