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Program Details

The Bachelor of Science in Technological Entrepreneurship and Management, offered online at Arizona State University, delivers a foundation in technology-based innovation with an emphasis on leadership, entrepreneurship and management fundamentals, with a special focus on project leadership and process innovation and development.

The online technological entrepreneurship and management degree bridges the gap between technology and business for students who want to launch their own technology-based ventures, profit or non-profit, or prepare for a career in product/service design and development or technology management. As a student in this program, you will have the opportunity to learn to start, finance and operate businesses and nonprofit organizations. TEM is a collaborative effort bringing together faculty from diverse programs focused on entrepreneurship and technological advances across campuses.

During your time in this program, you will work individually and in virtual, collaborative project teams that may include students from other academic degree programs who have enrolled in TEM courses to complement their primary course of study. This cross-pollination mirrors the real-world, multi-disciplinary approach to solving complex technical challenges and developing high-impact, high-value products. Through coursework and projects in product development, consumer behavior, process innovation, management and entrepreneurship, you will gain a full spectrum of skills needed to be an entrepreneur.

Requirements

Successfully complete ASU competency requirements, or be accepted via ACT/SAT scores and/or individual review. These include: Top 25% of high school graduating class; 3.0 GPA or above in competency courses (math, English, science, social science, foreign language, and fine arts); ACT 22 (24 nonresidents); or SAT Reasoning 1040 (1110 nonresidents).

Accreditation & Licensing

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission