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Prerequisites: Open to juniors and higher. Not open to students who have passed MGMT 3500.
Grading Basis: Graded
An integration of the best engineering and business principles and practices. Identification of customer need, development of technical solution and financial viability. Collaboration between School of Engineering and School of Business, teaching product design process combined with business principals required for any viable startup and enterprise. Experiential nature of course will enable students to go through process of conceiving of a new product, building an MVP, developing a business model and business plan, and testing the market. Students will learn the art of successful pitching and presenting business models to successful entrepreneurs. Taught with MGMT 3500.
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|1198 9185 1 001||Fall 2019||Storrs||In Person||Bozorgmanesh, Hadi
||BUSN 226||13/20||Combined with MGMT 3500-001 and ENGR 5300-002|