When building an undergraduate Introduction to Entrepreneurship course, here are a few key things we learned from surveying our community of over 4,000 entrepreneurship educators:
- Give your students the opportunity to practice the skills necessary to start a business – like problem solving, customer interviewing, and prototyping. They may not start anything today or tomorrow, but those skills will be valuable for them in any career path.
- Show your students how the concepts apply to their current existence.
- Bring in other voices to the conversation, through guest speakers and possibly judges for pitching.
Get the Introduction to Entrepreneurship Sample Syllabus
We’ve created a detailed Introduction to Entrepreneurship sample syllabus that details the components of a full semester course.
It’s free for any/all entrepreneurship teachers, so you’re welcome to share it.