Undergraduate Program - Entrepreneurship in CSC
NC State and CSC provide several ways undergraduate students can engage in entrepreneurship as part of their coursework and in a broader entrepreneurial community. Students can customize the restricted electives and other restricted electives as part of the CSC major to start working on their entrepreneurial ideas as part of their degree.
CSC Undergraduate Courses that Support Entrepreneurship
Several courses that students are expected to take for their restricted electives and other restricted electives support entrepreneurship.
Coursework is recommended to support the technical needs of the entrepreneurial innovation of interest to the student.
- CSC 419: DevOps
- CSC 422: Automated Learning and Data Analysis
- CSC 440: Database Management Systems
- CSC 442: Introduction to Data Science
- CSC 450: Web Services
- CSC 453: Software for Wireless Sensor Systems
- CSC 454: Human-Computer Interaction
- CSC 455: Social Computing
- CSC 461: Computer Graphics
- CSC 467: Multimedia Technology
- CSC 495: Special Topics in Computer Science
Other Restricted Electives
One of the three Other Restricted Electives for CSC students must come from the NCSU Engineering Entrepreneurs Program.
- ECE 482: Engineering Entrepreneurship and New Product Development I
There are several other entrepreneurial courses that students may be interested in taking, but that are not required for completion of the Entrepreneurship Track.
- ECE 383: Introduction to Entrepreneurship and New Product Development (1-credit)
- ECE 483: Engineering Entrepreneurship and New Product Development II
- EI 201: Exploring Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurial Thinking
- EI 331: Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurial Thinking I: Skills and Planning Basics
For questions about the Entrepreneurial Resource, please contact Dr. Vincent Freeh (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Students interested in entrepreneurial work will find resources within NC State.
- NC State’s Entrepreneurship pages include resources about academic programs, minors, and coursework.
- The Engineering Entrepreneurship Program (EEP)