ENTR 390.006: Intro to Entrepreneurial Design
For Fall 2017
Credits: 1 for main lecture and 1 credit for required hands-on experience section
Instructor: Max Shtein
390.008 – Simon Alexander-Adams
390.009 – Shawn O’Grady
390.010 – Stephanie O’Malley
This class covers topics in 3D modeling and 3D printing, machining and metal working, embedded systems and microelectronics, apps and web development as it relates to design and entrepreneurship.
Designing doorknobs for a Mars colony?
Tired of browsing crappy university web pages?
Inventing the best app ever for the Nest or the Apple Watch?
Have ideas and want to prototype them before the next pitch to investors?
Wondering why you aren’t going to an online college instead?
Entrepreneurial Design is a cross-disciplinary course for current and aspiring entrepreneurs, designers, hackers, and makers. This gateway entrepreneurship course allows students to build foundational knowledge of entrepreneurial design with the opportunity to apply these skills in a hands-on lab (ENTR 390.008 – 010).
Choose and register for 1 of 3 Lab Sections with 390.006
In these sections, you will dive in and gain direct experience in designing and building physical and digital prototypes. Lab topics include hardware, coding, IoT; 3D printing and prototyping; and Virtual Reality. NOTE: All students must enroll in the main lecture (006) (Monday 12:30-1:30) and a hands-on section (008-010) listed below. You MUST take one of these sections in addition to the main lecture to get full credit for the course.
Section 8: Hardware/Coding Internet of Things, ENTR 390.008, held in 1321 DC | Friday 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Section 9: 3D Printing/Prototyping, ENTR 390. 009, held in TBD | Tuesday 1:00 – 4:00pm
Section 10: Virtual Reality, ENTR 390.010, held in 1321 DC | Monday 2:30pm – 5:30pm