ENTC/MGMT 5640 - Innovative Entrepreneurship
Focus on new business creation based on technology innovation. Provides the innovative prudent risk taker with a practical approach for converting brilliant ideas into wealth. Fundamental methodology is applicable to all who have the desire and drive to start their own business or are responsible for product innovation or new program development within existing organizations. Lecture with emphasis on teamwork, team exercises, and presentation (3 hours). Prerequisites: Graduate Standing.
ENTC/5650 - Advanced Entrepreneruship
An innovative spirit and thought process is fundamental to entrepreneurship and the growth of existing technology based organizations. The traditional view of entrepreneurship as creating new ventures has evolved to encompass organizations of all sizes engaged in product and process innovation in today’s global arena. This course is designed to build upon the entrepreneurial skill set developed in Innovative Entrepreneurship (ENTC/MGMT 5640). Although the primary focus is on business growth and expansion based on technology innovation in large organizations; the fundamental methodology is equally applicable by those responsible for technical innovation, and business development within existing organizations of any size.
ENTC 5800 - Strategic Experience
Technology and MBA graduate student consulting projects allow graduate students nearing the end of their program to apply knowledge and skills in a real-world business, industry and/or technology-based new venture environment. The projects also provide opportunities for the university to support the business and professional communities and the regional economy. Selected graduate students work under the supervision of College of Business and Technology faculty staff consulting teams. Some of our most successful projects have been cross functional in nature.