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For Spring 2017, we are offering courses related to our Certificate of Entrepreneurship (see below), as well as courses for our Certificate of 3D Printing and Design.
For Undergraduate Students
Our Certificate of Entrepreneurship introductory course:
“Entrepreneurial Mindset and Innovation" (ENTR 201) is open to any student of any major. It is a hands-on, highly interactive course involving group projects, brainstorming, problem-solving and mentoring. You won’t see a professor lecturing at the front of the room for two hours. In teams, students will create and present a simple business model that provides a solution to a real-life problem, with guidance and feedback from the instructor. Only one-third of the students in ENTR 201 have been business students; the others come from all over campus. The only pre-requisite for ENTR 201 is freshman English.
“It’s totally different than anything that Montclair offers ... it really challenges your way of thinking,” is how one student summed up ENTR 201. Another student said: “No other class is preparing me for life like this."
ENTR 201 "Entrepreneurial Mindset and Innovation" will be offered during Spring 2017:
Mondays, 2:30-5:00 p.m.
Tuesdays, 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Wednesdays, 7:00-9:30 a.m. (this section has been dubbed "The Class with Easy Parking")
ENTR 201 may be taken as a stand-alone course, as the first of three courses leading to a Certificate in Entrepreneurship issued by the Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship and School of Business, or as the first course in our Minor in Entrepreneurship.
"Marketing for Entrepreneurs" (ENTR 320) is open to any student of any major, with the exception of Business Administration and Accounting Majors. This course will examine the marketing issues and problems faced by entrepreneurial ventures. Topics include the four main elements of marketing, market research, marketing on a tight budget, go to market strategies, digital and social marketing, and branding.
ENTR 320 "Marketing for Entrepreneurs" will be offered during Spring 2017:
Thursdays, 2:30-5:00 p.m.
"The Legal Entrepreneurial Journey" (ENTR 290-07) is the new selected topics class for the Spring 2017 semester. The class will cover all the regulations and ethical issues facing entrepreneurs from Conception to an idea to becoming a 50 million company. The legal journey Begins with conception and how to protect your ideas in the US and abroad through intellectual property laws covering-patents, trademarks, copyright and trade secrets. Entrepenuers will then learn laws surrounding creating a corporate entity, building your team, hiring employees, interns or consultants to assist you, deciding whether to conduct your business online or brick and mortar, raising capital and investment, and then ultimately your go to market strategy. The legal Journey is constantly butting up against the ethical decisions entrepreneurs have to make at all these steps. All of these lessons will be illuminated by real world situations, guest speakers and most important the creation of "companies" within the class.
ENTR 290-07 "The Legal Entrepreneurial Journey" will be offered during Spring 2017:
Tuesdays, 2:30-5:00 p.m.
For Graduate Students
"Selected Topics: The Entrepreneurial Journey" (ENTR 577-01) is open to graduate students. Through experiential activities, guest speakers, current readings, and case studies students are exposed to emerging, interdisciplinary topics within the broad area of entrepreneurship.
ENTR 577-01 "Selected Topics: Th Entrepreneurial Journey" will be offered during Spring 2017:
Wednesdays, 7:00-9:30 p.m.
If you have questions about our courses, our certificates or our new minor, please contact Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship Program Manager Sharon Waters at email@example.com or 973-655-6803, or by visiting our office in room 080 in the Feliciano School of Business building.