TE 250 1 - From Idea to Enterprise

Fall 2022

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
From Idea to EnterpriseTE250166578LCD21300 - 1450 W  2233 Everitt Laboratory Mark Karasek

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Official Description

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 all students of all disciplines interested in technology entrepreneurship.

Section 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.