Resources for Students at Rutgers
Many opportunities are available to take classes, join clubs or interact with other innovators on campus. Our entrepreneurial community is growing as we continue to make new connections and add new programs and services.
We've included the Academic Programs below. Be sure to visit other pages on this website for many more resources to help innovators and entrepreneurs take the next steps in their creative endeavors or ventures.
Academic Programs include:
- Entrepreneurship Minor (18 credits - for undergraduate non-business majors)
- Entrepreneurship Concentration (9 credits - for undergraduate Business Majors)
- MBA (Concentration in Technology Commercialization, Innovation and Entrepreneurship )
- Mini-MBA in Entrepreneurship; Mini-MBA™: BioPharma Innovation; On-line mini-MBA in entrepreneurship
- Ph.D. program at Rutgers Business School offers a concentration in entrepreneurship
Academic Classes in innovation/entrepreneurship include:
Undergraduate Level Classes:
- Entrepreneurial Agriculture: A Jr./Sr. Colloquium (3.0 credits) - normally offered in the spring from the Department of Plant Biology and Pathology
- Entrepreneruship classes offer through Rutgers Business School can be found here
- Capstone class in Digital Communication, Information, and Media (3 credits, offered to declared DCIM minors)
- School of Arts & Sciences Honors Program.
- Center for Innovation Education offers a variety of certificate and other classes
Graduate Level Classes
- MBS Program - Science & Technology Management Capstone (3 Credits offered to students in the program who have successfully completed 16:137:502, 16:137:530, and a marketing course.
- 3-hour Mini-Makers classes