Although this degree is awarded by the College of Engineering and Computing, the program allows students to take classes both in the College of Engineering and the Darla Moore School of Business, offering you the opportunity to become a leader in both engineering and business.
Personalize your experience by choosing one of three project paths:
- Focus on your own startup idea through National Science Foundation funded Innovation Corps Site program
- Engage in a faculty-developed project on campus
- Gain experience in innovation within a company, as an intern
|Requirement||Direct Admission||Advanced Master’s Accelerator (1 semester)||Pre-Sessional English
|IELTSTM||6.5 (no sub-score below 6.0)||6.0 (no sub-score below 5.5)||4.5|
|TOEFL®||80 (no sub-score below 18)||74 (no sub-score below 16)||50|
|Qualifying Undergraduate Degrees||Four-year undergraduate degree, or equivalent in any Engineering discipline, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Information Technology, Pharmacy or Health Sciences from an accredited university.|
|Additional Requirements||Students must have a 3.0 equivalent in all math courses taken.
Strongly recommeneded: Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III and Differential Equations.
|Available Entry||Fall or Spring||Fall or Spring||Fall, Summer, or Spring|
Engineering programs require a high level of math proficiency. For those programs, students will be required to complete a Math Self-Evaluation and declare that they meet the minimum proficiency standard.
- Math Self-Evaluation: Civil Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurial Engineering and Mechanical Engineering (answer key)
- Math Self-Evaluation: Chemical Engineering (answer key)
Upon completion of the evaluation, fill out this Declaration Form and submit with application.
All Engineering degree programs require a 3.0 GPA equivalent in all math courses taken.
Experience classes in both the College of Engineering and Computing and the prestigious Darla Moore School of Business:
- Business and Legal Issues for Science Managers
- Computer Aided Manufacturing and Prototyping
- Innovation and New Venture Analysis
Progression Details (MS in Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurial Engineering)
|Program||Credits Earned Towards Degree||Progression Requirements|
|Direct Admission||12||Not applicable – student is already enrolled in degree program.|
|Advanced Master’s Accelerator (1 semester)||6||
3.0 GPA with no degree course grade lower than a B.Successful completion of English language courses, Professional Development and Analytical Skills workshops, seminars and modules
|Pre-Sessional English (duration varies)||0||Successful completion of all Pre-Sessional English Program course content and approval from the Master’s Accelerator team.|
Total Credits Required for Degree: 30
For information regarding tuition and fees, please see the Costs Overview.