Engineering Entrepreneurship Program

The Engineering Entrepreneurship Program, within the College of Engineering at Texas A&M University, provides engineering students with opportunities to learn, understand and apply innovation and entrepreneurship skills. Students can participate in a variety of high impact learning experiences to become strong leaders and innovators.

The Engineering Innovation Center (EIC), a unique aspect of the program, is a 20,000 square-foot rapid prototyping lab located in the heart of the Texas A&M campus. The EIC is an open space where engineering students from all disciplines have access to state-of-the-art prototyping tools, equipment, materials and support staff. 

Through partnerships with industry and non-profit sponsors, the EIC is an environment where concepts become solutions to real world problems and multidisciplinary student teams come together to build new prototypes, acquire new skills and develop new relationships.

The Engineering Entrepreneurship Program offers curricular and co-curricular programs designed to promote multidisciplinary team collaborations for innovative designs and to develop entrepreneurial mindsets.

New courses offered in Spring 2017!

Programs and Events Offered:


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Rodney Boehm

  • Director, Engineering Entrepreneurship
  • Director, Aggies Invent
  • Associate Professor of Practice
  • Phone: 979.458.5978
  • rodneyboehm@tamu.edu
Magdalini Lagoudas

Magdalini Lagoudas

  • Executive Director, Industry and Nonprofit Partnerships
  • Instructional Associate Professor
  • Phone: 979.862.8321
  • m-lagoudas@tamu.edu
Stephanie Courtright

Stephanie Courtright