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Opportunity

Hosted by: MIT Innovation Initiative & Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship

Prepare to found and join new ventures! This spring course is open to all MIT undergraduates seeking to leverage their skills to found or join a company at some point in their career.

Objectives

  • Understand central challenges and choices facing startup innovators.
  • Utilize best practices for primary market research to identify and understand potential customers.
  • Design and implement ventures positioned for impact and scale.

Faculty

This class is one of two required classes for the Undergraduate Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation and is complementary to the Innovation Engineering course in the fall.


Details

15.373J / 2.912J / 3.085J (Venture Engineering)

Spring 2018
Tuesdays @ 7:00–10:00 pm

For more information, visit the course website or register through the official course listing.

Venture Engineering: Preparing Students to Design and Lead Startups

Spring course aims to leverage students’ skills to become effective founders and leaders.

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