Urban Entrepreneurship Practicum
ENTR 490.012 & ENTR 490.021
The Urban Entrepreneurship Practicum is designed for students across all majors who want to learn how to make lasting improvements in urban quality-of-life through engagement with and the development of urban-focused ventures. Students will work in interdisciplinary teams to apply customer discovery methods, test and refine an urban-focused enterprise’s business model and understand the processes required to form, finance, and improve the execution of the urban business venture.
Credits: 3 Graded
***Attention international students on F-1 Visas: All individual course projects with external clients require the use of part-time CPT. In order to be eligible to use CPT, a student must have been lawfully enrolled on a full-time basis while physically present in the US for one academic year (i.e. two full consecutive terms). These measures are in place to protect your visa status. See the International Center’s website for more information.