STEM Entrepreneurship

The STEM Entrepreneurship bachelor of science program embodies the foundations of entrepreneurship with the technical rigor and fundamentals from science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Students coming in to the STEM Entrepreneurship program will choose a focus area in STEM 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 a minor/track. Three additional specially designed courses are offered in this program that are aimed at further enhancing students' understanding, experience and skillsets with science entrepreneurship in the real world: STEM Computer Applications and Data Science Entrepreneurship, STEM Product Development and STEM Research Methods. Upon graduation, students will be equipped to found their own STEM-based ventures, join other STEM ventures, begin careers with large corporations that focus on STEM-enabled offerings or move on to graduate degrees in entrepreneurship. The graduated students of the Jim Moran College STEM Entrepreneurship program represent a new breed of formally educated entrepreneurs that have the focus and abilities to work in the arena of innovating and commercializing science and technology.

In the first two years at FSU, students should take courses in the following areas: General Education requirements, Multicultural Core requirements, 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.

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Admission Requirements

Admission to the Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship is limited-access and requires a submitted application before the posted deadline. Students must complete our admission requirements to be considered for admission to the major.

Program Requirements

All STEM entrepreneurship majors must complete the following courses with a grade of C minus or better. Community college courses may not be substituted for 3000/4000 level courses.

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In addition to the academic map above, students will need to complete the following:

Computer Skills Competency: Students must demonstrate proficiency in computer competency skills. This requirement may be met through with a University approved college-level course or by taking ENT 3001 Experiences in Entrepreneurship I.

Oral Communication Competency: Students must demonstrate the ability to orally transmit ideas and information clearly. This requirement may be met through with a University approved college-level course or by taking ENT 3111 Creating Value through Customer Acquisition.

Minimum Program Requirements Summary:

Total Hours Required 120
General Education 36*
Prerequisite Coursework 15*
Major Coursework 60
Minor Coursework 0
Computer Skills 0 beyond major
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.

For more information, contact the Jim Moran College's advising office by email at or by phone at (850) 644-7158.

Advising for Jim Moran College is located on-campus:

Roderick K. Shaw Building (RSB)
644 West Call Street
Tallahassee FL 32306-1115