EGR - Engineering: Special Topics

EGR 5655 Innovation & Entrepreneurship I Cr. 3

Provides education and hands-on experience in innovation and entrepreneurship applied to enterprise, product and service design and delivery. The first of a 2-semester sequence, this course teaches methods and tools to find, formulate, and develop engineering innovation and entrepreneurship, leading to practical, relevant, and productive new commercial and social enterprises. Offered Fall.

EGR 5656 Innovation & Entrepreneurship II Cr. 3

Provides education and hands-on experience in innovation and entrepreneurship applied to enterprise, product and service design and delivery. This course is the second of a 2-semester sequence. This course teaches methods and tools to find, formulate and develop engineering innovation and entrepreneurship, leading to practical, relevant, and productive new commercial and social enterprises. Offered Winter.

EGR 5657 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Lab Cr. 1

Provides hands-on application of Lean LaunchPad principles in innovation and entrepreneurship applied to enterprise, product and service and delivery. Offered Every Term.

Repeatable for 2 Credits

EGR 5995 Special Topics in Engineering Cr. 1-4

State of the art research, development and practice topics from across the fields of engineering; emphasis on interdisciplinary topics. Offered Every Term.

EGR 7995 Special Topics in Engineering Cr. 1-4

State of the art research, development and practice topics from across the fields of engineering; emphasis on interdisciplinary topics. Offered Every Term.

EGR 7999 Elements of Graduate Research Cr. 2

Key elements of graduate research. Topics covered include developing research ideas and library search skills, constructing a research proposal/prospectus, identifying research funding and fellowship opportunities, interdisciplinary research, and research ethics. Offered Winter.