The development and exchange of scholarly information, usually in a small group setting. The scope of the work shall include the advanced exploration of current topics in entrepreneurship, which will require course registrants to engage in research and scholarly exchanges through class discussion, reports, and/or papers. Course may include special topics in entrepreneurship such as the marketing of innovations and early stage technologies, the entrepreneurial dimensions of colleges and universities, intellectual property protection and management, and other potential new topics. Grading scales will be determined on a topic by topic basis, but will include a minimum of one comprehensive exam or one comprehensive term paper/research project.
Open to non-Eller students