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Where can I find out more about the NUvention application process?
Visit the NUvention website
for application and course details. The Farley Center for Entrepreneurship at the McCormick School of Engineering
manages the application process for all NUvention courses.
Can I apply to more than one experiential learning ("EL") course to increase my chances of being admitted to at least one?
No, students may apply to only one lab course each quarter. Each lab course requires a minimum of 20 hours engagement (on site or virtually) with the host company, and taking two lab courses would require far too much of a time commitment in one quarter.
If I am interested in Entrepreneurship, but have no startup experience, which courses will provide an introduction?
KIEI 462: New Venture Discovery
-- Focuses on idea generation, team formation and testing key assumptions of a business idea.
If I am planning to launch a new venture immediately after graduation, which courses will be most helpful?
Find more information about the KIEI professors via the Levy faculty page.
- NUvention courses in your industry of interest, as well as New Venture Development and New Venture Launch, will provide practical know-how leading to a launch.
- Experiential courses include Buyout Lab, Venture Capital Experience, Entrepreneurial Experience, and the Business of Commercialization.
- Building block courses include the following:
- The Entrepreneurial Firm: Building the Winning Team
- Entrepreneurial Selling: Business to Business
- Entrepreneurial Selling: Skills & Strategies
- Entrepreneurial Tools for Digital Marketing
- Intellectual Property for Entrepreneurs
- Business Law for Entrepreneurs
- Startup Programming & Management
- Global Governance for Privately Held Companies
Learn more about KIEI courses via the Course Catalog.
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