INEN-201: Innovation and Entrepreneurship Case Studies 200(2)

Prerequisites: COMM-101, INEN-101 or program director approval

Co-requisites: Participation in KES

This seminar-style course is designed to inspire the students about innovative idea generation and new venture creation.  Students will read and discuss relevant books about creativity, entrepreneurship, and opportunity recognition. Students will be required to participate in Kettering Entrepreneur Society discussions and networking. Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:

  • Recognize the pathway from innovation to entrepreneurship and from invention to commercialization
  • Recognize the importance of team building and conflict resolution in new venture creation
  • Identify the relevance of entrepreneurial mindset to intrapreneurship

Terms Offered: Summer, Fall