First Year Curriculum

Fall Semester: 

Name School Credits
Human-Centered Design and Innovation SEAS 1.5
Design of UI/UX for connected systems SEAS 1.5
Frontiers of Tough Tech SEAS 3
Fundamental Design Tools SEAS 3
Foundations of Entrepreneurship CBS 3
Managerial Statistics + Business Analytics CBS 3

Spring Semester: 

Name School Credits
Lead: People, Teams, Organizations CBS 1.5
Strategy Formulation CBS 1.5
Managerial Economics CBS 1.5
Global Economic Environment CBS 1.5
Marketing CBS 1.5
Financial Accounting CBS 3
Foundations of Valuation CBS 1.5
Corporate Finance CBS 1.5
Operations Management CBS 1.5
Analytics in Python SEAS 1.5


Students who choose the entrepreneurship concentration will be given a summer stipend to assist them while they pursue their venture idea. Students who pursue the enterprise concentration will obtain an internship with support from both the Engineering and Business School's Career Offices.  

Beginning Fall, 2023, there will be a co-working space in Henry R. Kravis Hall for student entrepreneurs to collaborate and to develop new startups. This will be a vibrant space where founders meet, innovate, and create; where students feel supported and their experience as innovators is significantly enhanced.

Second Year Curriculum 

  • Fulfill an engineering concentration in Medical Device Design, AI and Machine Learning, Supply Chain, Retail and Service Systems, Robotics and Smart Machines, Climate, Energy, and Sustainability, or Software Systems, Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology
    • Complete a capstone project which integrates the overall learning experience and prepares graduates to take on significant leadership roles in their area of interest
  • Fulfill a business concentration in entrepreneurship or enterprise