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CSCI 4000 (3). Entrepreneurship in Computing

Examines the development of new venture creation from the entrepreneur's perspective. Provides an understanding of the entire process including opportunity identification, feasibility study, fundraising, organization, team creation, and exit strategies through case studies, oral and written presentations, and outside speakers. Taught by an experienced entrepreneur. Prerequisites: CSCI 2270 and junior standing.

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