It’s no secret those who study science, engineering and mathematics are passionate, technologically gifted people. These skills are hard to come by, and now more than ever, America needs these people to push the limits of what’s possible. And who better to push these limits than emerging, high-energy recent college graduates?
But there’s a challenge. Science, engineering and mathematics typically require all a student’s focus, and the exposure to innovation processes, intellectual property, entrepreneurship and business fundamentals is rare.
You know this. You’ve been there. Maybe you are there. The University of Notre Dame recognized the gap, and thus was born ESTEEM—the Engineering, Science, and Technology Entrepreneurship Excellence Master’s degree program.
ESTEEM is a 12-month program for students interested in learning technology entrepreneurship and professional practices. Once you complete the program, you not only hold a Master’s degree but are also equipped to assist in starting your own company or to create new opportunity in large corporations.