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Engineering 145 at Stanford University

Technology Entrepreneurship
For undergraduates and coterminal students of all majors. Introduction to concepts and tools essential to the entrepreneurial process, overview of the technology enterprise, and the role of the individual within these high-impact ventures.  Case studies, lectures, workshops and projects covering high-growth ventures involving technology.  No prerequisites. 4 units, Fall (Blank, Kosnik)

E145 is an undergraduate course sponsored by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), which is the entrepreneurship center for the engineering school.  The class examines the fundamentals of technology entrepreneurship.  It also satisfies the Technology in Society requirement for most engineering majors.

For more Stanford entrepreneurship courses, see the STVP website.

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