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ENTP 445 GreenStart: Applying Entrepreneurship to Cultivate Sustainable Solutions 3.0 Credits

GreenStart is geared to equip students with the knowledge and actual experience of how to launch a green business that addresses an area of sustainability and also has a likelihood of sustainable financial return. The course calls attention to specific areas of environmental need, including climate change impacts, water issues, sustainable food production, native plant production, hydroponics, waste management and re-use, and sustainable urban land use. Students will work in small, diverse teams to quickly generate design solutions ensuring that all voices in the team are heard and counted. By course end, students will move on with the hands-on experience of having brought a green product or service to launch stage, along with the broad-based understanding of how to start up a green business on one’s own.

College/Department: Close School of Entrepreneurship-3145
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman or Sophomore

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