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Designed for students who want to learn more about the actual process of getting a new venture started, in particular, high-growth ventures.
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This course discusses a broad range of topics related to entering industry including classical and applied ethics, corporate structure, patents, leadership and creativity.
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Design of innovative smart electro-mechanical devices and products that are technically feasible, economically viable, and desired by customers.
The course focuses on goal setting, project identification, project planning and management, marketing, financing, and implementing student directed educational projects within the I-35 corridor and beyond.
Current topics in engineering entrepreneurship to enable students to better understand the role of the entrepreneur in creating start-up companies and leading young existing companies.