Degree Type
Sc.M.
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Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship

Our Program in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, PRIME, is a STEM Masters of Science (ScM) degree based in the Brown University School of Engineering

PRIME students experience the process of creating value from technology, learn how to develop embryonic ideas and execute how to bring these ideas to market. Core business skills in finance, strategy, marketing, decision making, globalization and management are provided to assure venture success.

Full-time on campus students also participate in business immersion activities, including an internship course and a trip to the San Francisco Bay area, where they interact with company executives, government representatives, and technologists, richly enhancing their classroom experiences. PRIME students leverage numerous School of Engineering resources for prototype development.

Additional Resources

There is an entrepreneurship room for the PRIME students equipped with the entire necessary infrastructure to carry out class assignments and projects. The PRIME students also have access to the entire engineering user facilities to create prototypes.

Admission Requirements

  • GRE General: Required (GMAT scores may be submitted)
  • GRE Subject: Not required
  • Transcripts from all Post-Secondary Education
  • 3 Letter of Recommendation
  • Resume
  • Personal Statement
  • TOEFL or IELTS (may be required)

Application Deadline: February 15*

*For applicants that do not need to obtain a U.S. Visa or can extend a current U.S. Visa, the deadline has been extended to May 15.

Sc.MIME. in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship Engineering Completion Requirements

The program curriculum can be accomplished in two semesters by completing the following eight courses:

Business Engineering Fundamentals I (ENGN 2110)
Engineering Management & Decision Making (ENGN 2125)
Innovation and Technology Management I (ENGN 2130)
Technology Entrepreneurship & Commercialization I & II (ENGN 2150 & 2160)
Global Immersion Experience and Entrepreneurship Lab (ENGN 2180)
Two 2000–level electives from the STEM fields (must be approved by a PRIME advisor)
Any modifications of this program must be approved in advance by a PRIME advisor. Substitutions may be possible in certain cases (e.g. transfer credit, Fifth–Year master's students).

School of Engineering
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Leadership

Department Chair: Larry Larson

Directors of Graduate Studies: Patrick McHugh