Faculty Fellow Michael Twidale (third from left) and students discussed the final projects during class (LIS490 Entrepreneurial IT Design, Fall 2009)
So your interest is French, or biology or dance – or any of the over hundred majors at Illinois. You’d like to use that interest to start a business, join an entrepreneurial firm or not-for-profit, launch a social venture, start a private practice, be an independent artist. That is, you want to be entrepreneurial, though you may use that in any of a variety of settings.
To build your skills in entrepreneurship and innovation, Illinois offers many useful courses. Below is a partial list, as course offerings may change.
For further information about the courses, including availability and prerequisites, see the course schedule and catalog, at http://courses.illinois.edu/cis/index.html.
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