Is Abby ready for an Entrepreneurship course?
Entrepreneurs come in all shapes and sizes. While Abby is looking for a simple solution to a recurring problem, and is looking to share her solution with others. She has the shades of being a developing Entrepreneur.
Entrepreneurship coursework used to live in the Business departments almost exclusively. As we deepen our understanding about how entrepreneurs views obstacles, assess risk, develop solutions, innovate and solve problems, we are beginning to realize that Entrepreneurship coursework can benefit not only business students, but also agriculture students, engineering students, design students… In short, anyone who innovates and problem solves could benefit from the framework laid out in Entrepreneurship coursework.
Entrepreneurship coursework is designed to provide:
- Structure – successful entrepreneurs typically follow an established process from development to market.
- “Real World” Feedback – is the idea viable? Is this feasible? Cost-effective? Community and industry experts can guide students as they examine these questions.
- A safe space to Fail – every idea needs to be revised and refined. With the proper tools, students can try and fail, refine and try again in the classroom with smart tools, from CAD, 3D Printing, Robotics, and any other number of tools. Each “failure” is a critical part of the overall development process.
Many schools are looking to develop entrepreneurship coursework. We can help schools connect the dots with smart tools from Pitsco Education (STEM framework) and Startup Genius (Entrepreneurship).
Tell us: what are you looking for in an Entrepreneurship program?