Are you an engineer or scientist with an entrepreneurial spirit? Do you dream about creating your very own technology venture?
Georgia Tech can help you reach your entrepreneurial goals with the Program for Engineering Entrepreneurship. The program is a collaboration between the College of Management, the College of Engineering, and the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering.
The program's specific aims are to provide a formal graduate level curriculum leading to a Certificate in Engineering Entrepreneurship, to provide short courses on a variety of topics for faculty members, scientists, and engineers, to organize academic conferences on technology entrepreneurship, and to sponsor seminars consisting of high profile speakers who have made an impact on industry.
This program is funded by a special opportunity award from the Whitaker Foundation and by the Lawrence P. Huang Chair in Engineering Entrepreneurship. Dr. David Ku, who holds the Huang Chair, is the director of the program.