TE 398 WP
TE 398 WP - Hip Hop Entrepreneurship
|Hip Hop Entrepreneurship||TE398||WP||64184||PKG||3||1800 - 1850||R||William Patterson, Dr.|
|Hip Hop Entrepreneurship||TE398||WP||64184||PKG||3||1800 - 1850||T||89 Illinois Street Residence Lng||William Patterson, Dr.|
Subject offerings of innovation, creativity, technology and entrepreneurship intended to augment the existing curriculum. See class schedule or departmental course information for topics and prerequisites. Course Information: May be repeated in the same or separate term if topics vary.
This course integrates use of the ?Hip Hop Xpress?, a converted bus that serves as a mobile innovation lab to connect students with those working with young people in marginalized High Hope communities around the state and beyond. Students will get an opportunity to develop electrical engineering projects such as circuit building through Bluetooth Boom Box speaker builds, or projects that focus on improving device usage of various bio-engineering technology, particularly around chronic diseases. They will also develop canvas modeling to reflect project development strategies within the context of a lean startup venture. Students will develop and test their projects on the Hip Hop Xpress.? Course will be delivered via Schoology. Lab will take place in ISR 089.
Learn more about the Hip Hop Xpress here.