Farley Center Entrepreneurship Courses – Fall 2017

The Farley Center for Entrepreneurship’s offerings for Fall 2017 are now open!

NUvention classes are the flagship academic offerings, spanning several industries and verticals. Each is a one- or two-quarter, intensive course in ideating, developing and launching a business. Currently, there are NUvention courses in advanced materials, medical devices and technologies, clean energy, Web and media, social impact, the arts, analytics, and transportation. Explore the NUvention program.

Fall 2017 NUvention applications are open for NUvention: Medical, NUvention: Therapeutics, and/or NUvention: Transportation.

Foundational courses offer in-depth exploration and application of the fundamentals of entrepreneurship. Undergraduate and graduate students may enroll. See a full list of foundational course offerings below. 

Students with an interest in concentrating their academic studies in entrepreneurship and innovation can pursue either the Undergraduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship or the Graduate Minor in Entrepreneurship.

NUvention: Medical | ENTREP 470

Wednesdays 6-9 PM

NUvention: Transportation | ENTREP 450

Wednesdays 6-9 PM

NUvention: Therapeutics | ENTREP 495

Tuesdays 1-4 PM

Startup Accounting | ENTREP 395

Tuesdays 6-9 PM

Principles of Entrepreneurship | ENTREP 225

Tuesdays/Thursdays 11 AM-12:20 PM

Engineering Entrepreneurship | ENTREP 325

Mondays 6-9 PM

Special Topics in Entrepreneurship: Leadership, Ethics, and You | ENTREP 395

Tuesdays/Thursdays 3:30-4:50 PM

For more information on the course offerings of the Farley Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, click here