NUvention: Web is a two-quarter capstone course in which students work across disciplines and Northwestern schools to design, plan, and run web-based businesses. Project areas include iPad/Tablet App, Mobile Applications, New Media, Social Gaming, Twitter or Facebook Apps, eCommerce/Deals, Analytics, Cloud, Big Data or ideas from students in the program.
Teams are be able to continue to work on their projects after the completion of the course. Past NUvention:Web teams have gone on to make TechCrunch, PCMag, Rolling Stone and GigaOM headlines and join incubators, while others are bootstrapping and building their businesses to this day.
SyllabusView and download the current syllabus for NUvention: Web, which is instructed by adjunct professor of the McCormick School of Engineering Todd Warren.
|Team members of Vet Compare, the price comparison service for veterinarian costs, deliver their final pitch in June 2014.|
Since NUvention: Web began in Winter 2010, students have brought business ideas to life involving social-network advertising, photo-sharing, professional career tracking software and much more. Explore the projects seeded in the course.
*Plus, view our tweetable recap of the NUvention: Web Final Pitches in June 2014
One student called this course life-changing and the best decision made at Northwestern, but don't take our word for it. Take a look at honest feedback from former NUvention: Web students.
The NUvention: Web Advisory Board is made up of dynamic professionals, including founders, serial entrepreneurs, and capital advisors. View bios and profiles of the NUvention: Web board members.
The NUvention: Web faculty is comprised of distinguished members of Northwestern's academic community.