TE 250 - From Idea to Enterprise

Course Description

This class examines the fundamentals of technology entrepreneurship and addresses critical areas of the entrepreneurial process such as: Problem and solution identification; Validation of product-market fit; Market assessment; Team formation; Product development; Intellectual Property; Financing a technology-based startup. This class combines lecture, discussion & case studies, and is built around a hands-on group project leveraging the lean startup methodology from the National Science Foundation I-Corps program. The class is intended for undergraduate and graduate students of all disciplines interested in technology entrepreneurship.

Additional Information

View the TE 250 syllabus.

Fall 2020 schedule

From Idea to EnterpriseTE250166578OLC1300 - 1450 W    Harlee Sorkin

Technology Entrepreneur Center

The Grainger College of Engineering

351 Coordinated Science Lab, MC-228
1308 W. Main Street
Urbana, IL 61801

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