Entrepreneurial and innovative thinking pervades the campus, including academic programs
The Manning School of Business
The Manning School of Business offers four academic programs focused on entrepreneurship:
Kennedy College of Sciences, Computer Science Department
The Computer Science Department offers an entrepreneurship option
in their master's degree. It is directed at those with a strong undergraduate background in computer science who are interested in both deepening their technical knowledge and in understanding the tools required for developing a company directed towards software services and products.
Francis College of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Assistive Technology Program
A component of the undergraduate Electrical and Computer Engineering program, senior ECE students complete a senior capstone project aimed at designing and producing an assistive technology device for a person with a disability. Engineering students can apply the knowledge they have learned from their courses and help solve problems for disabled people through creating technological advances.