Entrepreneurship and Innovation Learning Community (EILC)
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Learning Community Seminar Class
Students in the learning community program will register for BusAd 292, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Learning Community Seminar, which meets once per week (location will be in the Student Innovation Center once opened). The course includes an introduction to entrepreneurship and innovation, accompanied by field trips, guest speakers, mentoring, and hands-on learning activities. Students earn one credit per semester and can accumulate three credits (by repeating the course) that can be applied as experiential learning credit required for completion of the Entrepreneurial Studies Minor. Outside of class activities may include entrepreneurial conferences, business competitions, or networking events with entrepreneurs in the community.
- Open to all majors
- Shared interest in entrepreneurship, innovation, and creativity
- Weekly seminars, field trips, hands-on learning activities, and speakers
- Mentoring program – connect with professionals in your field
- Development of entrepreneurial, business, innovation and creativity skills
- Hands-on learning experiences
Note: The online catalog refers to a membership application that must be accepted. This application no longer exists. Students may register directly for BusAd 292.