PRIME Courses

PRIME prepares and gears students for start-up life, by equipping participants with the skills and tools required to flourish in what is really a very challenging, but equally rewarding, environment.



Hamzah Ansari, '09Hamzah Ansari, '09“What I learned along the way though, was that innovation and value creation go hand-in-glove, which is why I think it’s great that PRIME teaches you not just how to identify an opportunity, but also imparts you with the skills to translate that into a credible entrepreneurial venture and concurrently deal with issues such as team-building, operations, and finance.”




 

The program curriculum can be accomplished in two semesters by completing the following eight courses:   

Fall Semester 2014

Code Title Schedule Instructor
ENGN 2150 Technology Entrepreneurship & Commercialization I

Monday  
3:00-6:00pm

Angus Kingon
ENGN 2130 Innovation & Technology Management I Tuesday
3:00-6:00pm
Robert Petteruti
ENGN 2110 Business Engineering Fundamentals I Wednesday
3:00-6:00pm
Eric Suuberg
ENGN 2911 F Topics in Emerging & Breakthrough Technologies Thursday
3:00-6:00pm
Angus Kingon

Spring Semester 2015

Code Title Schedule Instructor
ENGN 2160 Technology Entrepreneurship & Commercialization II
Monday
3:00-6:00pm
 Angus Kingon
ENGN 2140 Innovation & Technology Management II Tuesday
3:00-6:00pm
 Robert Petteruti
ENGN 2120 Business Engineering Fundamentals II Wednesday
3:00-6:00pm
Jason Harry
ENGN 2911F Globalization Immersion Experience & Entrepreneurship Laboratory Thursday
3:00-6:00pm
Patrick McHugh

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