Enterprise Options

Two Enterprising Paths

Departments across campus treat Enterprise differently. It is strongly suggested that you contact your department’s advisor if you are interested in an Enterprise experience. Depending on your major, Enterprise may already be built into the curriculum. However, if it is not, Enterprise can be accomplished through the Interdisciplinary Enterprise Minor.

The Enterprise Minor

Fulfillment of the Enterprise minor requires a minimum of 6 credits at the 3000 level or higher which are not specifically required for a student’s major, except as free electives. The total requirement is 20 credits.

Once again, please visit your department’s advisor to learn how Enterprise fits into your Michigan Tech education.

The Enterprise Concentration

Many Michigan Tech departments and programs offer a 12-credit Enterprise Concentration option. If you are interested in the Enterprise Concentration, please contact your academic advisor to determine applicability to your major.

The minor as shown below is typical of a minor plan, but may in fact differ by department.

Six Credits of Enterprise Project Work

ENT 2950 - Enterprise Project Work I (1 unit)

ENT 2960 - Enterprise Project Work II (1 unit)

ENT 3950 - Enterprise Project Work III (1 unit)

ENT 3960 - Enterprise Project Work IV (1 unit)

ENT 4900 - Enterprise Project Work V (2 units)

ENT 4910 - Enterprise Project Work VI (2 units)

Six Credits of Enterprise Instructional Modules (* designates Gen Ed.-applicable Courses)

ENT 2961 - Teaming in the Enterprise (2*)

ENT 2962 - Communications Contexts (1*)

3 additional credits from below.

ENT 3962 - Communication Strategies (1*)

ENT 3954 - Enterprise Market Principles (1)

ENT 3961 - Enterprise Strategic Leadership (1*)

ENT 3963 - Technology Commercialization (1)

ENT 3964 - Project Management (1)

ENT 3971 - Seven Habits of Highly Effective People (1)

ENT 4951 - Business Plans & Finance (1)

ENT 4954 - Global Competition (1*)

3 credits can be selected from the above list, or the following courses

ENT 2963 - Electronic Circuit Design and Fabrication (1)

ENT 3956 - Industrial Health and Safety (1)

ENT 3957 - Fundamentals of Engineering & Technology (1)

ENT 3958 - Engineering Ethics in Design and Implementation (1)

ENT 3966 - Design for Manufacturing (1)

ENT 3967 - Fundamentals of Product and Process Development (1)

ENT 3974 - Fuel Cell Fundamentals

ENT 3976 - Personal Brand Management