SI 663: Entrepreneurship in the Information Industry

Innovation, customer value, and venture creation drive organizational success and competitiveness by matching product and service development to dynamic customer/constituent needs and emergent opportunities. Entrepreneurship is as vital to established organizations as it is to startups, and thrives in for-profit, non-profit, and institutional settings. SI-663 is an experiential-learning practicum in innovation, customer value, and venture creation. Students analyze entrepreneurial risks and best practices through interactive exercises, readings and assignments. Students then take principles directly into practice in real world Ecosystem Projects, to build functional fluency and to develop relevant career skills and portfolio materials. View syllabus

Credit Hours: 3
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