Innovation & Entrepreneurship in High Technology (Undergraduate)

The Innovation and Entrepreneurship in High Technology certificate is jointly sponsored by the College of Engineering and Computer Science and the Raj Soin College of Business at Wright State University. This certificate program is designed to enhance the technical expertise and business acumen of students, regardless of professional pursuit. Upon completion of this certificate program, graduates will be knowledgeable about the technical processes that drive innovation and possess the business skills required of entrepreneurs.

Courses (total of 16 credit hours):

  • ISE 4410 - Technology-Based Ventures
  • ISE 4400 - Engineering Economy
  • MGT 4810 - Special Topics in Management
  • MKT 4300 - Entrepreneurship
  • MKT 4850 - Special Topics in Marketing
  • ISE 4420 - Innovation & Entrepreneurship Seminar

For more information, contact the Biomedical, Industrial, & Human Factors Engineering Department.


Innovation & Entrepreneurship in High Technology (Graduate)

The Innovation & Entrepreneurship in High Technology certificate is jointly sponsored by the College of Engineering and Computer Science and the Raj Soin College of Business at Wright State University. This certificate program is designed to enhance the technical expertise and business acumen of students, regardless of professional pursuit. Upon completion of this certificate program, graduates will be knowledgeable about the technical processes that drive innovation and possess the business skills required of entrepreneurs. Graduate students can obtain this certificate as a degree or non-degree seeking student and has no GRE requirement.

Courses (total of 13 credit hours):

  • IHE 6410 - Technology-Based Ventures
  • IHE 6400 - Engineering Economy
  • MGT 6750 - Small Business Management
  • MKT 7300 - Entrepreneurship
  • IHE 6420 - Innovation & Entrepreneurship Seminar

For more information, contact the Biomedical, Industrial, & Human Factors Engineering Department.


Lean-Ergonomics for Manufacturing & Health Care (Graduate)

The Lean-Ergonomics for Manufacturing certificate is offered by the College of Engineering and Computer Science and may be completed through Distance Education. Students must be enrolled as a graduate student and no GRE is required. This certificate program is to enhance the technical expertise in Ergonomics and Lean Manufacturing. Upon completion of this certificate program, the graduate will be knowledgeable in the utilization of the Ergonomics and Lean Manufacturing methods in industrial environments.

Courses (total of 15 credit hours):

  • IHE 6310 - Ergonomics
  • BME/IHE 7310 - Advanced Ergonomics
  • BME/IHE 7850 - Lean Process Improvement for Engineers
  • BME/IHE 6850 - Six Sigma for Engineers
  • IHE 7810 - Engineering Health Systems

Entrance and completion forms for the Lean-Ergonomics for Manufacturing & Health Care Certificate

For more information, contact the Biomedical, Industrial, & Human Factors Engineering Department.