Engineering Entrepreneurship Series

  • Date: July 25, 2018 - Aug. 9, 2018
  • Format: online
    $0.00
This self-paced course series will coach you through the entrepreneurial process related to new product development and innovation. Through these modules, you will learn important skills like customer discovery, market research and how to obtain funding, all of which are important if you want your idea to reach the market. Materials focus on the best practices in each of these areas and explain how to clearly articulate the value of your product. With these skills, you will be better equipped to explain your innovation, attract investors, and convert your product idea into a real business. Topics covered in this course include the business model canvas, customer discovery, value propositions, product/market fit, funding opportunities and secondary market research.

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Presented by the Entrepreneurship and Industry Engagement Unit

Course Syllabus

Before you begin the course, please take a few minutes to review the course syllabus.  In it, you will find important information about the course instructor, structure, policies, activities, assessments and more.  Please post any general questions regarding the syllabus in the "Question Forum" (see syllabus for instructions).

 

DOWNLOAD HERE:  Syllabus_CANVAS FINAL.pdf

 

 

Intellectual Property Notice

All course materials, including but not limited to the syllabus, course assignments, study guides, lesson materials, online lecture videos and content, and course packs, are property of the instructor and University of Missouri Extension and may not be shared online or distributed in any manner to others.

Students are prohibited from posting course materials or notes online and from selling notes to or being paid for taking notes by any person or commercial firm without the express written permission of the professor teaching this course. Doing so will constitute both an academic integrity violation and a copyright violation. Violations of copyright laws could subject you to civil penalties and criminal liability. Violations of academic integrity may subject you to disciplinary action under University policies.

 

 

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