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engr 195 - ENGR195 ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR SCIENTISTS AND...

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ENGR195 ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS Catalog Data: ENGR 195: Entrepreneurship for Scientists and Engineers (Credit Units: 4) This course provides science and engineering students with a real-world introduction to the theory and practice of entrepreneurship. Through a series of presentations by prestigious entrepreneurs and industry leaders, coupled with discussions sessions highlighting the key entrepreneurial business themes raised in the presentations, students will explore various organizational, strategic and financial challenges facing successful and unsuccessful entrepreneurs. Topics include start-up strategies, business idea evaluation, business idea evaluation, business plan writing, and introduction to venture capital. Prerequisite: Junior, Senior, or Graduate level status in a science or engineering discipline. (Design Units: 0) Textbook: Richard C. Dorf and Thomas H. Byers (2008) Technology Ventures: From Idea to Enterprise, 2 nd Edition. McGraw Hill. References: Coordinator: John C. LaRue Course Outcome/Performance Criteria:
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