I’m very involved at the University of Colorado, both as an adjunct professor and board member of the Silicon Flatiron’s entrepreneurship initiative. During this time, I’ve met Kurt Smith who is creating some wonderful entrepreneurship opportunities within the school of engineering. He is the director of the E-ship program. They have recently created a new Entrepreneur Certificate Program.
Whether you work in a start-up venture or within a large corporation, the New 12-credit Engineering Entrepreneurship Certificate is geared toward the working professional that desires to play a more significant and influential role in business leadership by learning key innovation and professional skills.
To learn more about the Certificate Program including a detailed program description and a certificate application, please visit the E-ship website:
Congratulations Kurt on the announcement and I wish you continued success with the program.