TE 460 - Lectures in Engineering Entrepreneurship
|Lect in Engrg Entrepreneurship||TE360||A||53023||LCD||1||1700 - 1820||R||1404 Siebel Center for Comp Sci|| Chris Harbourt|
|Lect in Engrg Entrepreneurship||TE460||A||56934||LCD||1||1700 - 1820||R||1404 Siebel Center for Comp Sci|| Chris Harbourt|
|Lect in Engrg Entrepreneurship||TE460||ONC||69707||ONL||1||-||Ryan Shelton|
|Lect in Engrg Entrepreneurship||TE460||ONL||60408||ONL||1||-|| Chris Harbourt|
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. Course Information: 1 undergraduate hour. 1 graduate hour. May be repeated in separate terms to a maximum of 2 hours, if topics vary; instructor approval required. Credit is not given for both TE 360 and TE 460.
*Please note that this course counts towards the MENG Professional Development coursework.