Entrepreneurship for Computer Scientists

This course is primarily for non-business school students; it includes most of Introduction to Entrepreneurship (70-415), assumes no background courses in business and involves additional sessions for core business concepts.

Course Number: 70-421

This course is primarily for non-business school students; it includes most of Introduction to Entrepreneurship (70-415), assumes no background courses in business and involves additional sessions for core business concepts. Students with majors in science, technology, engineering or computer science are exposed to fundamental concepts and issues in innovation, business and entrepreneurship. Students can expect to gain a basic understanding of functional areas such as finance, funding, marketing, sales and management. Student Status: Sophomore year or higher.

Fall 2016 instructor: William Kaigler


Course Type: Supportive Course
Offered By: Tepper School of Business
Program: Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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