Entrepreneurial Pathways in Engineering

Get a running start

Are you interested in entrepreneurship, but don’t know where to start? Are you considering a new idea, product, service, or invention and need some early-stage guidance? Are you interested in working for a startup? Or, are you just a fan of entrepreneurial thinking, creating value (and cash!), and want to be around like-minded Devils? If so, you’re in the right place.


All ASU students, including Online learners – at all academic levels – are encouraged to enroll. Entrepreneurial Pathways is for anyone who wants to get more involved in entrepreneurship at ASU, but without the formality of taking a full 3-credit hour class.


Available as either an A or B session course for the Fall, Spring, and Summer terms


Hybrid course modality: ASU Online, iCourse, and On-campus (ASU Tempe campus – physical meetings are optional) section line numbers are available each term.

Course Time Commitment

The course is offered in a 1 credit hour format each term. One credit hour is equal to 45 total hours of coursework per term enrolled. Coursework includes all learning activities including assigned media, practicing entrepreneurial methods, and completing assignments. Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) requires 45 hours of coursework per credit for college-level courses.


Search for FSE 194 – Entrepreneurial Pathways in Engineering in the ASU course catalog.

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About the instructor

Brent Sebold

Dr. Brent Sebold, Hool Coury Law Professor of Entrepreneurship, is an expert faculty designer and administrator of university-based entrepreneurship and innovation programs.

Brent’s expertise also includes the design and leadership of impactful collegiate engagement programs for universal learners.