Course Details

EntrepTeam Project

The MSL Entrepreneurship Team Project (ENTP) class is designed to expose students to the business and legal ecosystems of a region of the US; this year’s focus will be on the Silicon Valley area. The class component will meet prior to and after the spring break trip during the Spring 2 term. In the class component, students will explore the legal and business issues they will encounter during the “field research” part of the course. They will also develop and prepare for the projects they will undertake during their field research. Over the Spring Break, students will participate in the field research component, during which they will participate in a variety of visits, activities, interviews, and discussions, and will do the background work that will enable them to execute their projects after the trip. After the field research, students will prepare and present a final project. Though a major part of the ENTP involves a week of travel and meetings in the Bay Area, the ENTP is a real class, with readings, assignments, obligations, and course credit. This is an active learning experience; during activities in the Bay Area, students are required to be interactive and engaged participants. In addition, this is a TEAM project; all participants must welcome collaborative learning and be committed to creating an effective team dynamic.

Catalog Number: BUSCOM 991-0


Course History

Spring 2017
Title: EntrepTeam Project
Faculty: Green, Darren (courses | profile)
Section: 1     Credits: 1.0
Capacity: 20     Actual: 3