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Entrepreneurship

Track Advisor: Prof. Doug Hart (dphart@mit.edu),
Christina Chase, Entrepreneur in Residence (cchase@mit.edu)

All of us at MIT have at least one thing in common: in some way or another, we all want to make a positive impact on the world. At some point during your time at MIT, it’s most likely that you will develop a brilliant solution to a real-world problem. That’s great, but what difference are you making if it stays in your lab or dorm room?

The Entrepreneurship track has been designed to empower you with the knowledge, skills, resources, and connections you need to get your ideas off the ground, fully developed, and out to market in order to make a real-world, lasting impact. What are you waiting for?

Students pursuing the Entrepreneurship Track may also wish to consider a Minor in Management Science or a Minor in Management. (Recall that courses in your concentration may also be counted towards your minor).

Recommended Concentration Subjects with full engineering content

Other strongly recommended subjects with no (or reduced) engineering content

Other recommended activities include:

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