Courses in Innovation

Project X-ITE’s partner units offer a variety of courses focused on igniting innovation and entrepreneurship. This includes courses from the Daniels College of Business (DCB), the Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science (RSECS), the College of Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences (CAHSS), and others.

Here is a list of 2018-2019 CAHSS courses, which are open to students from all disciplines. Options include courses from the following departments: Anthropology, Communication Studies, Emergent Digital Practices, English, Media, Film & Journalism Studies, Lamont School of Music, Philosophy, Psychology, and Religious Studies. Students should clarify with faculty to ensure your goals align with the course you are interested in.

 

 

  • Entrepreneurship Minor

    Students may elect to earn a minor in Entrepreneurship by completing a series of one-credit, one-weekend “Grinds” on a wide selection of topics focused on innovation and...

  • From Idea to First Dollar

    This experiential course required students to actually start a company and launch a product. In the Winter Quarter of 2018, 22 teams raised a gross revenue of $10,000 with an average profit margin...

  • Gateway to Business

    More than 800 undergraduates have enrolled in this course offered by the Daniels College of Business. The course culminates in the Madden Challenge pitch competition. *For...

  • Hacking 4 Defense

    This interdisciplinary course, offered jointly by the Colorado School of Mines and DU, allowed student teams to develop tech solutions solving important national security problems. Students...

  • Industry Innovation: The Internet of Things

    Work with real companies. Deliver real results.

    The Internet of Things will require every company to rethink its business strategies and operating structures in order to remain relevant in its...

  • Product Development & Market Feasibility

    Do you have a product idea worth a million dollars? Enroll in ENME 3340 this Spring and find out.

    In this course, students gain knowledge of designing products for market success by developing...

  • Prototyping and Design

    The Ritchie School of Computer Science and Engineering offered “Prototyping and Design” in Winter of 2019. Students learned prototyping techniques and implemented the design process to design...