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Entr Practicum

Become immersed in the entrepreneurial process in a supportive classroom environment. You’ll learn how to critically evaluate then pursue the development of your own ideas for new ventures by working closely with entrepreneurship faculty and mentors.

Learning Objectives: Students will experience entrepreneurship firsthand;  Understand and experience the mindset of an entrepreneur;  Develop the ability to share the story of your entrepreneurial pursuits and clearly articulate customer needs, value proposition, customer segments, and value-adding solutions;  Learn to go from idea phase to action and implementation, including validation through sales;  Learn the customer discovery process of gaining empathy, understanding customer needs and wants, getting feedback from customers, prototyping solutions, and testing a value proposition;  Actively practice exercising the customer discovery process;  Become familiar with the process of starting a business;  Learn problem solving in a team-based environment.


Spring ENTR 411.001 & 599.411 | Class #53100 (undergraduate) & #53101 (graduate) 

Fall ENTR 411.001 (Class #20194) | Fall ENTR 411.002 (Class #21441) | Fall ENTR 411.004 (Class #31887)

Credits:  3 Graded

Prereq: Sophomore or Above