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ENTR 411.001/.002/.003: Entrepreneurship Practicum

For Winter 2017, three sections

ENTR 411.001

EECS 1311, North Campus

F: 10:00am – 12:00 pm

Instructor:  John Hennessy

ENTR 411.002

EECS 1005, North Campus

Tu: 6:00 – 8:00pm

Instructor:  Dawn White

ENTR 411.003

USB 4153

Wed: 6:00 – 8:00pm

Instructor:  Brandon McNaughton

Credits:  3

Grading:  Graded

Prereq:  None


The Practicum immerses students in the entrepreneurial process in a supportive classroom environment. Students critically evaluate and then pursue the development of their own ideas for new ventures. Throughout the course, students work closely with entrepreneurship faculty and successful entrepreneurs. The expected work volume of the practicum is estimated to be equivalent to 9-12 hours per week.* Note: Section 2 is focused on Engineering Technology