Associate Professor, Computer Science, College of Engineering
Founder of Cazoodle
Entrepreneurial course taught by Professor Chang
Entrepreneurial Computer Science
Computer Science – the science of computation for processing information – is a discipline full of entrepreneurial possibilities. As Google, MySpace, YouTube and even Wikipedia demonstrate, computer science at the heart of a new “Information Revolution” which is changing the way humans live and work. Using a combination of case studies and lecture, students in this graduate-level course will systematically study the historical roots, concepts, and methods for entrepreneurial computer science in this course, and explore how entrepreneurship, in a broad sense, has impacted computer science research and practice. The course will include opportunities to identify critical innovations and influential research projects in the field, and to develop a systematic framework for the innovation process, as well as to compare the educational institutions which have successfully integrated entrepreneurship and innovation into their curricula with those which have been less successful in doing so.
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