B.S. in Technological Entrepreneurship and Management

Application Deadlines

December 1 Spring semester (January)

March 1 Summer session 1 (June) and Summer session 2 (July)

May 1 Fall semester (August)

These are the priority application deadlines for admission and merit-based scholarship consideration. Late applicants will be considered for university admission and financial aid, but programs with higher admission standards will give priority consideration to applications submitted by these dates. Please view important dates on the academic calendar.

WUE-Eligible Program

Undergraduate students from western states who enroll in this program are eligible for a discounted tuition rate. 
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The B.S. in Technological Entrepreneurship and Management prepares students to launch technology-based ventures and tackle social and corporate issues to impact the world around them.

Why Technological Entrepreneurship and Management?

Our students provide leadership to solve problems and create products & services in industry, startups or nonprofits. The program structure is a collaborative effort, bringing together faculty from diverse disciplines, focused on entrepreneurship and management in existing and emerging technology fields.

Students receive a foundation in technology and business fundamentals, with an emphasis on entrepreneurship and innovation in one of many focus areas:

  • Operations management
  • Process innovation and process improvement
  • Product development
  • Social entrepreneurship

Advisors help guide students in their course of study, choose the right courses, and stay on track for an on-time graduation.


Additional Program Fee: No

Career Outlook

Small businesses and startups create the majority of new jobs in the U.S., while larger corporations are looking to hire individuals who can see the big picture and solve complex problems. Students in the TEM program learn the range of skills needed to develop new products, services and business models, as well as whole new industries. TEM prepares students for a wide variety of career possibilities, including technology-based entrepreneurship, product development, consulting, venture capital analysis, business development, market analysis, technology marketing and many more.

Example Careers 

Students who complete this degree program may be prepared for the following careers. Advanced degrees or certifications may be required for academic or clinical positions. Career examples include but are not limited to the following:

  • Business Analyst
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Marketing Associate
  • Project Manager
  • Product Development Coordinators
  • Social Entrepreneur
  • Management Analyst
  • Marketing Manager
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Product Manager
  • Innovation Specialist
  • Technology Entrepreneur

Learn more about career outlook, example careers and average salaries.

Accelerated 4+1 option (on-campus only)

4+1 Accelerated ProgramFinish two degrees faster by combining advanced undergraduate and graduate coursework during your senior year as part of the accelerated 4+1 bachelor’s plus master’s program.