BAD-2200 - Technology Transfer Entrepreneurship (3)
Prerequisite: Permission of division chair
In this intensive, experiential learning course, teams comprised of students partnered with a
local scientist/researcher practice a methodology for creating startup companies to market the
researcher's technological innovation. The course focuses on getting students out of the classroom
to pursue customer development and test their business model hypotheses against the realities
of the market. Student teams will partner with Principle Investigators (PIs) from local Federal
Research Laboratories to identify a suitable business model for turning their PI's existing
technology into a viable startup business.
Students will be interviewed prior to admission to the course and selected based on their academic record, their interest and experience in entrepreneurship, and their communication skills.
Add to My Catalog (opens a new window)