PRIME Courses | PRIME: Program in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship

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, PRIME '2009Hamzah Ansari, PRIME '2009“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 six PRIME courses plus 2 STEM field electives:   

Fall Semester 2019

Code Title Schedule Instructor
ENGN 2150 Technology Entrepreneurship & Commercialization I

3:00-6:00pm
Wednesdays

Jason Harry
ENGN 2110 Business Engineering Fundamentals I
3:00-6:00pm
Thursdays
Patrick McHugh
ENGN 2130
Innovation & Technology Management
3:00-6:00pm
Mondays
Mark Norige
Elective 2000 level STEM or PRIME related course.
Must be approved by PRIME advisor.
TBD TBD

Spring Semester 2020

Code Title Schedule Instructor
ENGN 2180

Globalization Immersion Experience & Entrepreneurship Lab

3:00-6:00pm Banu Ozkazanc-Pan
ENGN 2160 Technology Entrepreneurship & Commercialization II
3:00-6:00pm

 Hamzah Ansari

ENGN 2125

Engineering Management & Decision Making

3:00 - 6:00pm   Jason Harry
Elective

2000 level STEM or PRIME related course.
Must be approved by PRIME advisor.

TBD TBD

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