Announcing a special topics course offering for freshman in the Winter 2014 term!
This introductory, multidisciplinary course is designed to introduce freshmen to problem-based learning that combines science, engineering, innovation, and entrepreneurship principles with a focus on an important societal need. Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
KETT-191 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Mindset (2 credits)
- Demonstrate hands-on implementation of engineering design processes in a multidisciplinary team environment
- Utilize engineering design processes and perform preliminary research
- Develop innovative solutions to address relevant societal needs
- Develop and clearly state a value proposition for commercial application of their solution
- Recognize concepts of entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship
- Effectively communicate their ideas to an audience
Prerequisites: Good academic standing
Minimum Class Standing: Open to freshmen only
This course will be team taught by Professors Mo Torfeh and Girma Tewolde.
*Please contact either faculty member for more information.