FAQs

ENI courses are open to all Georgia State University students (graduate and undergraduate) regardless of their current major.
Register on GoSolar or PAWS, contact your academic advisor, or our office at 404-413-7910 if you have additional questions. PAWS for the most up-to-date information on current course offerings.

*Please note: undergraduate students must start with ENI 3101, graduate students must start with ENI 8000.

ENI courses teach students the tools, skills and mindset to confidently pursue a new business venture. You will learn how to discover important and unsatisfied customer needs, design compelling value propositions to satisfy those needs, and design viable business models that can profitably deliver on value propositions.
The cast of ENI professors is composed of business professionals with years of experiences as entrepreneurs and/or corporate innovators.
While it may be helpful, no previous business experience is required. We believe entrepreneurs can emerge from any industry or academic domain.
Currently, ENI offers undergraduate electives on various entrepreneurship and innovation themes. These undergraduate electives can be taken as electives to complement any program of study, or to complete a Minor in Entrepreneurship. At the graduate level, ENI offers electives to complement any program of study, or to complete a MBA Concentration in Entrepreneurship. There are also interdisciplinary programs with other Georgia State University Colleges such as: BIS in Media Entrepreneurship, BIS in Social Entrepreneurship and MIS in Biomed Enterprise.
To get a Minor in Entrepreneurship, and undergraduate student must take ENI 3101, ENI 3102, ENI 3103 and two additional approved electives (totaling 5 courses). Please contact your academic advisor to complete a Request to Add a Minor to your current program of study.
Yes. Due to RCB degree-level requirements, this may require you take additional credit hours beyond the 120-hour requirement. Please contact your academic advisor to complete a Request to Add a Minor to your current program of study.
At this time there is no option to major in Entrepreneurship at Georgia State University. A Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Entrepreneurship is currently under review with the Board of Regents of Georgia. Please continue to check our website for updates to our program offerings.
Please check GoSolar or PAWS for the most up-to-date information on current course offerings.
While entrepreneurship-themed courses have been taught in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business for many years, The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute was officially approved by Georgia State University in May 2016. Read more about ENI here. 
ENI courses are available to all students who meet the Georgia State University admission requirements. See more about other enrollment types.
ENI currently offers a vast array of events and activities such as workshops, guest speakers, visits to startup spaces, pitch and business model competitions, and the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO) student organization.
Check out our event calendar on our website, or follow us on Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn).
E-House (short for Entrepreneurship House) is a Living-Learning Community which provides students at Georgia State University with entrepreneurial ambitions the chance to live, learn, and connect with others who share similar interests and aspirations. E-House is currently located in the University Commons.
ENI students have access to exclusive programming and competitions as well as the potential for incubation.