Course Information

MG7861 High-Technology Entrepreneurship

Credits: 1.50

This course focuses on entrepreneurship as a critical engine for wealth creation in the high-technology and innovation-intensive economy. The covers covers such key issues as: (1) assessing attractiveness of opportunities; (2) launching a new venture: (3) obtaining the necessary financial, human and technology resources; (4) managing the transition from a small entrepreneurial firm to a large, sustainable professionally managed but still entrepreneurial corporation; and (5) being an entrepreneur and promoting entrepreneurship in a large corporation.

Prerequisite: Graduate Standing