Courses

Farley Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation offers various opportunities to engage in entrepreneurship on both the undergraduate and graduate level. Courses are open to students from any NU school. We also offer a certificate in entrepreneurship for undergraduate students across NU, as well as a graduate minor in entrepreneurship for McCormick students.

Graduate Courses

Course Title Course Number Fall Winter Spring
NUvention: Nanotechnology* ENTREP 480 x
NUvention: Medical** ENTREP 495,
BMD_ENG 495

x

Weds.,
5-8pm

Downtown Chicago

NUvention: Energy*

ENTREP 430,
ISEN 430,
PPTYTORT 632

Weds.,
6:30-9:30pm

NUvention: Web + Media** ENTREP 473,
EECS 473
Tues.,
12:25-3:25pm

Tues.,
12:25-3:35pm

NUvention: Innovate for Impact*

ENTREP 495,
DSGN 495 

Tues.,
6:30-9:30pm
NUvention: Analytics* ENTREP 495 Thurs.,
6:30-9:30pm
NUvention: Arts* ENTREP 495 Fri.,
12:25-3:25pm
Technical Entrepreneurship ENTREP 419 x

**Two-quarter course. Exceptional undergraduate students can be admitted into these courses. Please read course description carefully and contact the Farley Center for more information.

*Exceptional undergraduate students can be admitted into these courses. Please read course description carefully and contact the Farley Center for more information.

Undergraduate Courses

Course Title Course Number Fall Winter Spring
Principles of Entrepreneurship* ENTREP 225 x Tues/Thurs,
11am-12:20pm
Tues/Thurs,
11am-12:20pm
Engineering Entrepreneurship* ENTREP 325 x Tues/Thurs,
8-9:20am
Tues/Thurs.,
8-9:20am
Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures ENTREP 380 x
Special Topics in Entrepreneurship:
Selling and Scaling
ENTREP 395 Tues.,
6:30-9:30pm
Entrepreneurial Leadership &
Decision-Making Dynamics
ENTREP 395 Tues.,
6 - 9 p.m.

*One-quarter course offered every quarter of regular academic year.

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