Welcome to the ENGR 145 (Spring) course website.

The class examines the fundamentals of technology entrepreneurship.  For information on getting into the course, please visit the Admission section under the General Info & Policies tab.

This 4-unit course is for undergraduates and coterminal students of all majors. It is an introduction to the concepts essential to the entrepreneurial process, an overview of the technology-intensive enterprise, and a look at the role of the individual and teams within these high-impact ventures. Case studies, lectures, workshops and projects cover high-growth ventures involving technology. No prerequisites are necessary. It also satisfies the Technology in Society requirement for most engineering majors.

This site is a reflection of the course as it was taught in Autumn 2009 and as it will be taught in Spring and Autumn 2010.  View a one-page overview of the syllabus as a PDF

E145 is an undergraduate course sponsored by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), which is the entrepreneurship center located in Stanford's School of Engineering.  For information on other Stanford entrepreneurship courses, see the STVP courses website.

E145 is offered every quarter in the 2009-2010 academic year:
See the following video clips from some of the course instructors and guests: