Mobile Everything: Can you Hear (or see / text / talk / scan / pay / everything) Me Now?
Tuesday, June 15, 2010 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)
When & Where
School of Technological Entrepreneurship-Northeastern University
The School of Technological Entrepereneurship offers both undergraduate and graduate programs that teach students how to create technology-based businesses, market science- and engineering-based products and obtain the financing necessary to fund growth. We cover important topics you must know to survive and thrive in the technology-based business world, including intellectual property rights, licensing and product development strategies.
This is an interdisciplinary program. Classes are team-taught by faculty members from the colleges of Engineering, Business Administration, Computer and Information Science and Bouvé College of Health Sciences, giving you the varied perspectives you need to compete in today’s market. Your class will be multicultural and multidisciplinary as well (See Student Stats).
The school's experiential program aimed at commercializing technological ideas from students, faculty and industry provides students with the opportunity to become part of venture teams working in on-campus company like structures as part of our I-cubators Program. We deliver as real and entrepreneurial experience on-campus as is possible.