Graduate students from all programs may take the courses offered as part of this certificate. The certificate will be awarded by the Center for Entrepreneurship to those engineering students who successfully complete the program requirements and earn a graduate degree from one of Georgia Tech's degree granting academic units.
The requirements for the Graduate Certificate in Engineering Entrepreneurship will typically satisfy the minor requirements for the Georgia Tech PhD degree.
This certificate is not available to business students. Business students interested in a certificate program should refer to the requirements for the non-engineering focused Entrepreneurship Certificate offered through the Scheller College of Business.
Students are required to have a minimum GPA of 3.0 across all four courses required for the Certificate. Students should have no more than one C in any of the courses required for the Certificate. The credit requirements for the Certificate for Engineering Entrepreneurship are 12 semester hours. Note that these courses are popular and may not be offered every term. There are no guarantees that courses will be open. The Certificate is not designed to be completed in a single term.
Note: These two courses and one of the suggested electives, 6799 - Legal Issues in Engineering Entrepreneurship, are cross-listed under MGT and ME.
6753 - Principles of Management for Engineers
6789 - Technology Ventures
Two electives are required for the certificate.
MGT 6000 - Financial and Managerial Accounting I
After completion of the courses, please provide a hard-copy print of your web transcript showing the grades from the required four courses to (404.894.7406), administrative assistant for Dr. Ku, and fill out the Certificate request.
Program for Engineering Entrepreneurship