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With a combination of innovative thinking, sound problem solving skills and technical understanding, engineers have been among the most successful entrepreneurs in recent history. Further, the enormous growth of the e-Economy has enabled many young people to be successful earlier than in previous generations.
Entrepreneurs come in many shapes and forms. For instance, several entrepreneurs own their own businesses, allowing them full control over their successes. However, many large and medium-sized corporations are seeking intrapreneurs—entrepreneurial individuals who prefer to work inside a larger firm rather than to start or run their own business. Regardless of what environment an entrepreneur works within, engineers are among the most capable people to be at the forefront, especially during a time when strategic uses of technology in business can make the difference between success and failure.
The development of entrepreneurial talents is addressed by:
and a set of two rigorous courses: