TE 461 - Technology Entrepreneurship

Course Description

Critical factors affecting technology-based ventures: opportunity assessment; the entrepreneurial process; founders and team building; preparation of a business plan including market research, marketing and sales, finance, and manufacturing considerations. Students must have an idea for a new venture to participate in the course, and must be prepared to develop this new venture idea as part of the course. Meets Aug. 24 - Oct. 16, 2020.

ONC = Online, for students on campus
ONL = Online, for off-campus students taking only online classes

Additional Information

View the TE 461 syllabus.

Fall 2020 schedule

Technology EntrepreneurshipTE461A50650PKG0900 - 1050 M     Brian Lilly
Technology EntrepreneurshipTE461A50650PKG0900 - 1050 W  1025 Beckman Institute  Brian Lilly
Technology EntrepreneurshipTE461ONC69708ONL -     Brian Lilly
Technology EntrepreneurshipTE461ONL60409ONL -     Brian Lilly

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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