ENTR 613G - EPI2C Entrepreneurial Passport

This course requires travel to domestic or international areas where there are concentrations of successful practicing entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs. Participants will be able to interact with these individuals at their Gemba (the places where the work is actually done), in competitive landscapes that differ significantly from ones commonly found in the Midwest United States. Examples of such landscapes include Silicon Valley, the Napa Valley, Denmark, and the Czech Republic. In participating, students will develop a broader view of entrepreneurship and will cultivate a broader professional network.Although effort will be made to partially fund student travel, course participants should expect self-funded travel.  Hotel and on-site transportation will be arranged by faculty chaperone / guide.

Credit hours: 1

Last updated: 05/23/2022