For Spring, we have a fantastic line-up of
courses, to include:
ENGR 172B - Applied Entrepreneurship I
I (1-unit): Explore the emerging market of aerial drones
in order to develop a business model for establishing a REAL
engineering enterprise that will offer drone-based services to
ENGR 173 - Introduction to Business
Fundamentals (1-unit): Learn the basics of business operations from
an engineer with 40 years of industry experience, to include having
been a CEO for several companies here in Silicon Valley.
ENGR 174 - Financial Decision- Making (1-unit) -
Learn the fundamentals of accounting reports and making
financial decisions relating to an engineering enterprise.
ENGR 177 - Culture of Innovation (4-unit) -
SATISFIES C&I III CORE REQUIREMENT
- Learn about the global innovation landscape from the point
of view of engineered products and services, from emerging markets
- Compete for Fame and Fortune - $2,500 of Prizes
to Recent Challenge Winners
- For five weeks, starting Feb
1st, teams will be given a different task to complete
each week. Tasks will include writing an entrepreneurial haiku,
completing a scavenger hunt, creating value from a seemingly
valueless item, presenting a new product concept in a poster
presentation, and giving an elevator pitch for a new business
concept. The winning team from each week will win between $100
to $500 depending on the event. The team that comes in first
place overall wins an additional grand prize of $1,000!
- Details on entering and the individual
competitions are HERE Check
back routinely for updates as the competition and events unfold!
- NASA SporeSat Mission Patch Challenge:
challenged to develop a mission patch for the NASA SporeSat
satellite, which was launched on April 14 on a SpaceX rocket
from Cape Canaveral. Overall,
there were 5 team entries representing the work of 21 students from
the two universities. The overall winners were SCU students
Rachel Donohoe, Maza Brady and Allie Sibole.