Who is eligible to take courses offered by the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute (ENI)?
ENI courses are open to all Georgia State University students (graduate and undergraduate) regardless of their current major. Speak to an advisor to find out what course offerings are best for you: https://advisement.gsu.edu.
Are ENI courses open to post-baccalaureate students?
ENI courses are available to all students who meet the Georgia State University admission requirements. See more about other enrollment types.
Is it required that I own my business upon entering the program?
ENI caters to innovative and entrepreneurial students of all experience levels and backgrounds. Although many students have a business, or idea, it most certainly is not required for enrolling in our courses or program.
What courses are being offered next semester?
What type of faculty teach ENI courses?
ENI’s faculty represent a blend of highly-qualified academic researchers and experienced business professionals who are entrepreneurs and/or corporate innovators. Learn more about our faculty.
What should I expect to learn/do in an ENI course?
ENI courses teach students the tools, skills and mindset to confidently position themselves as entrepreneurs an innovators. ENI brings real-world concepts and experiences to those passionate about creating their own businesses, working for a startup, or bringing entrepreneurial skills to an existing organization. For specific course information, please view the university’s catalog.
How do I Major in Entrepreneurship?
How do I Minor in Entrepreneurship?
I am a Robinson College of Business student. Can I double-major?
Yes, current undergraduate students in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business can pursue a double-major (one major being a Major in Entrepreneurship). Please contact Robinson’s Office of Academic Assistance to Add a Double-Major to current program of study.
What undergraduate options are available to students that wish to apply entrepreneurship to a particular industry?
Georgia State offers several interdisciplinary programs that incorporate entrepreneurship coursework including:
- B.I.S. in Biomedical Enterprise
- B.I.S. in Media Entrepreneurship
- B.I.S. in Social Entrepreneurship
- Explore Academics here