Programs in Entrepreneurship
NC State's programs in entrepreneurship offer students the option to apply an entrepreneurial approach to a variety of industries including, but not limited to, engineering, agriculture, business, and the arts.
Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program
The Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program is developing the next generation of agriculture entrepreneurs through the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Learn more.
The Arts Entrepreneurship Minor helps emerging arts entrepreneurs leverage a broad knowledge base to create successful arts ventures. Learn more.
Entrepreneurship in Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science offers an entrepreneurship track specifically for those pursuing a degree in computer science. Learn more.
Engineering Entrepreneurs Program
The Engineering Entrepreneurs Program is an alternate to senior design, providing fully-immersive, multi-disciplinary, simulation-like learning. Learn more.
Inspired by the university teaching hospital model, the Entrepreneurship Clinic integrates research, teaching and real world experience by providing a place where faculty, students, entrepreneurs and service providers go to teach, learn and build the next generation of businesses in Raleigh. Learn more.
The Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization (TEC) program is a unique interdisciplinary program that provides students the knowledge, skills and tools needed for bringing technology innovations to market.
Featuring a selective mix of courses, a certificate program is an outstanding way to differentiate yourself in your field. Students graduate with confirmation that they have spent a notable amount of time learning specific business knowledge that will help make them leaders in the workplace.
Undergrad & Graduate Programs
The Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs is a collaborative and accepting network of entrepreneurial women who seek to empower and educate fellow female innovators and thinkers, wherever they are in their journey to success.
The NC State Entrepreneurship Clinic fuels the NC State Mentors Program where +60 industry experts interact with our top students through social events. The Clinic also facilitates the connections between students with diverse backgrounds, local investors, and entrepreneurs in our network.
The NC State Entrepreneurship Mentors Program facilitates interaction between industry experts and entrepreneurial-minded students at NC State.
Opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to work on real-world experiential learning projects with local companies driving social and environmental impact through the B Corp Clinic.
The Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program, supported through the Institute for Nonprofits, supports campus and community social entrepreneurs and the creation of social enterprises.