TE 460 - Entrepreneurship for Engineers

Course Description

Fundamental concepts of entrepreneurship and commercialization of new technology in new and existing engineering and high-tech businesses. Guest speaker topics vary, but typically include: evaluation of technologies and business ideas in general; commercializing new technologies; financing through private and public sources; legal issues; product development; marketing; international business issues.

Prerequisites or Restrictions

Credit is not given for both TE 360 and TE 460.

Additional Information

See below for an example of the course syllabus. Please note that the final course syllabus for each semester will be distributed to students enrolled in the course.

Course Syllabi

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*Please note that this course counts towards the MENG Professional Development coursework.

Spring 2017 schedule

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Lect in Engrg EntrepreneurshipENG360A51373LCD1730 - 1850 R  1002 ECE Building Jed L Taylor
Andrew Singer
Entrepreneurship for EngineersENG460A54060LCD1730 - 1850 R  1002 ECE Building Jed L Taylor
Andrew Singer
Entrepreneurship for EngineersENG460ONL53946ONL -    Gary P Durack
Andrew Singer
Lect in Engrg EntrepreneurshipTE360A51374LCD1730 - 1850 R  1002 ECE Building Jed L Taylor
Andrew Singer
Entrepreneurship for EngineersTE460A54062LCD1730 - 1850 R  1002 ECE Building Jed L Taylor
Andrew Singer
Entrepreneurship for EngineersTE460ONL57701ONL -    Gary P Durack
Andrew Singer