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Academic Program Guide

Entrepreneurship: STEM Entrepreneurship

College: Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship
Degree: BS or BA
Specialized Admission: No

Contact: JMC Advising
Address: 218 Shaw Building (RSB)
Phone: (850) 644-7158

Description of Major

*Please Note: Face-to-face/in-person instruction of this program is available ONLY at the main campus in Tallahassee, FL. This program is NOT available via Online/Distance Learning.*

The STEM Entrepreneurship major is a 2-year curriculum. The STEM Entrepreneurship undergraduate program embodies the educational experiences of entrepreneurship as well as the technical rigor and fundamentals of STEM fields. Students in the STEM Entrepreneurship program will fulfill the same lower division requirements as all other entrepreneurship tracks. After completion of lower division coursework students will choose a focus area in STEM for them to take a deeper dive into the discipline of their choice. This deeper dive will consist of completion of the respective STEM department’s requirements for achieving a minor.

In the first two years at FSU, students should take courses in the following areas: General Education and Prerequisite Coursework requirements. Some courses may fulfill requirements in multiple areas. Electives in the first two years should focus on gaining additional exposure to the social and behavioral sciences, and on improving communication and analytical reasoning skills.

Prerequisite Coursework

Prerequisite Coursework: (15 hours)
The following courses must be completed with a C minus or better:

LDR XXXX (3) Any Leadership Course
ECO X013 (3) Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO X023 (3) Principles of Microeconomics
MAC 1105 (3) College Algebra or Higher Math
STA X023 (3) Business Statistics

Note: State-wide common prerequisites are always under review. For the most current information and for acceptable alternative courses, visit the “Common Prerequisites Manual.” This is available from the “Student Services” section of .


Admission to the JMC programs requires the following:
1) completion of at least 52 semester hours; and
2) a grade point average on all Prerequisite Courses of at least 3.00; and
3) satisfactory completion of all required Prerequisite coursework with a final grade of C minus or better in each.

Students must complete the admission requirements for this program no later than the end of their second year in order to continue as a STEM Entrepreneurship major.

Major Program of Studies at FSU: (60 hours)
Community college courses may not be substituted for 3000/4000 level courses.

All courses must be completed with a grade of C minus or better.

General Core Requirements for Entrepreneurship Majors: (30 hours)
ECO 3041 (3) Personal Finance
ENT 2000 (3) Intro. to Entrepreneurship
ENT 3451 (3) Entrepreneur's Guide to Accounting
ENT 3513 (3) Market Solutions to Social Problems
ENT 4114 (3) Business Plan Design
ENT 4122 (3) Go-To-Market Strategies
ENT 3941 (3) Internship Prep
ENT 4943 (3) Internship
CTE 3055 (3) Computer Applications
CGS 2518 (3) Spreadsheets for Business Environments

Major Area Requirements for STEM Entrepreneurship Majors: (21 hours)
All majors must complete the twenty-one (21) credit hours as listed below.

A grade of C minus or better must be earned in each course undertaken to satisfy the STEM Entrepreneurship major area requirements.

Required Core Courses for this Major: (18 hours)
ENT 3001 (3) Experiences in Entrepreneurship I
ENT 3002 (3) Experiences in Entrepreneurship II or ENT 4127 (3) Entrepreneurial Strategy
ENT 3629 (3) Entrepreneurial Technologies
ENT 4153 (3) Data Science Entrepreneurship
ENT 4641 (3) STEM Research Methods
ENT 4602 (3) STEM Product Development

Electives: (3 hours)

All students should complete at least One (1) 3-credit hour elective offered by the Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship.

A Minor is required for completion of this major. (12 - 15 credit hours)

STEM Entrepreneurship minor focus areas can include but are not limited to:
Biology, Chemistry, Computational Science, Computer Science, Engineering, Information Technology, Mathematics, Physics, Pre-Health/Pre-Med are popular choices. Other areas may also be considered.

Digital Literacy: (3 hours)
Satisfy this requirement by earning a grade of C minus or higher in a University approved Digital Literacy course.

Oral Communication Competency: (3 hours)
ENT 4122 (3) Go-To-Market Strategies satisfies this requirement for the major.

Minimum Program Requirements - Summary: Total Hours Required 120
General Education 36*
Prerequisite Coursework 15*
Major Coursework 51
Minor Coursework 12 - 15
Digital Literacy 3
Oral Communication Competency 0 beyond major

Electives to bring total credits to 120 (must complete at least 60 credits outside of entrepreneurship)

*Some Prerequisite courses may also be counted as part of the General Education requirements.


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1. Must complete at least 60 hours outside of entrepreneurship
2. A minimum of 45 hours at the 3000 level or above, at least 30 of which must be taken at this University.
3. At least half of the major course semester hours must be completed in residence at this University. After enrolling at this University, all
remaining major course requirements must be completed at this University.
4. The final 30 hours must be completed in residence at this University.

Employment Information

Salary Information: National Association of Colleges and Employers, Occupational Outlook Handbook

Representative Job Titles Related to this Major: Founder, Owner, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Science Officer, Chief Technical Officer, Investor, Researcher, Manager

Representative Employers: Self – any small business, Franchise businesses.

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