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Cornell University    
 
    
 
  Oct 17, 2017
 
Courses of Study 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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NBA 6230 - Actualizing Your Startup - Part I


     
Fall. 1.5 credits.

S. Gal, K. Rother, T. Schryver.

Actualizing Your Startup Parts 1 and 2 are performance learning courses, based around student projects in the form of students and teams starting their own companies. eLab’s instructors serve as coaches, guides, mentors, teachers, and assistants to the teams, and will coordinate the involvement of a number of high-profile mentors from the startup and venture capital community. Students will enhance their business and entrepreneurship learning by putting theoretical concepts into practice in starting and growing their own companies in a team environment. We expect that students will take this opportunity to “make it real” - eLab is not about starting theoretical companies, or theoretically exploring potential business ideas. Rather, it is about starting real companies that have the potential to grow and provide employment and economic benefit to their founders, and to provide deep experiential learning in starting and growing a business. Participation in this course is limited to students that are on an admitted eLab team. eLab has an application process which is described at elabstartup.com.



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