Exciting academic programs in entrepreneurship and innovation are available at the graduate and undergraduate levels through the IDEA Center.
ESTEEM Graduate Program
ESTEEM is an experiential master’s program in entrepreneurship, technology, and innovation. Over the course of 11-months, master of science degree students from technical backgrounds are equipped with the skills and experience to launch new businesses, become innovators within large corporations, and be leaders of dynamic, innovative teams.
Contact Kyle Williams to learn more about the ESTEEM Program.
Minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The Mendoza College of Business and the IDEA Center have teamed up to offer a brand new Interdisciplinary Minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Housed in one of the top ranked undergraduate business schools in the country, the minor will be open to non-Mendoza students (as well as Mendoza students) from any undergraduate discipline major or college at Notre Dame. Come be a part of this multidisciplinary collaboration—and join diverse student teams to create startups that will truly make an impact!
The minor is open to all students from all disciplines. The first cohort (starting Fall of 2018) will be limited to 25 non-Mendoza students. You are not required to have an idea for a business; just a curiosity about entrepreneurship and a willingness to jump in feet first!
Contact David Murphy to learn more and find out how to sign up for classes.