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The Engineering Entrepreneurship Program in the Texas A&M College of Engineering offers a Concept, Creation and Commercialization (C3) Certificate to give undergraduate and graduate engineering students the opportunity to hone their entrepreneurial skills and prepare for the future. Whether you want to work for a Fortune 500 company or begin your own start-up, this certificate program will give you the skills you need to stand out and be a self-starter. 

Below are the courses you’ll be required to take, along with a list of electives you may choose from. It’s also possible to select courses not listed here, with approval from Rodney Boehm, director of the Engineering Entrepreneurship Program.

The certificate is offered to undergraduate and graduate students. 

C3 Courses

Required Courses

  • ENGR 262/462/662: Entrepreneurship Hour (1 hour)
  • ENGR 461/661: Product Lean Startup for Engineers (3 hours)

Elective Courses 
(Select 9 hours)

  • BMEN 353: Medical Device Design II (1 hour)
  • BMEN 469: Entrepreneurial Pathways in Medical Devices (3 hours)
  • ENDS 101: Design Process (3 hours)
  • ENGR 311/611: Enterprise Basics for Technical Entrepreneurs (3 hours)
  • ENGR 312/612: Sales, Operations and Manufacturing for Technology Companies (3 hours)
  • ENGR 421/621: Technology company management, Leadership and Corporate Culture (3 hours)
  • ENGR/MEEN 489: Developing an Innovation Mindset (3 hours) 
  • MEEN 490/690: Entrepreneurship in Nano and Energy Systems (3 hours) 
  • PETE 453: Petroleum Entrepreneurship (3 hours)
  • Other courses accepted with approval by the Director of Engineering Entrepreneurship.

Experience Requirement

  • Participate in an Aggies Invent

Register here

Rodney Boehm

  • Director, Engineering Entrepreneurship
  • Associate Professor of Practice
Rodney Boehm