Art (and Science) of Entrepreneurial Thinking

BSAD 470: Special Topics: The Art (and Science) of
Entrepreneurial Thinking

1 credit hour, First Block, Spring 2021
No prerequisites; open to all majors.

***Registration still open***

Want your resume to stand out from the competition?

Today’s employers are looking for “problem solvers” — which is the essence of entrepreneurial thinking. Come learn how to find an idea worth solving. How to solve it. And how to turn your solution into something uniquely amazing. Best case…you’ll be the next Mark Zuckerberg.  Worst case…you’ll differentiate yourself when interviewing with employers. The skills learned in this class are relevant to all majors and all graduates open to the off chance they might just someday change the world.

Instructor

Doug Villhard:  Successful St. Louis entrepreneur, founder, investor, philanthropist, and Truman alumnus who actively manages, invests, and serves on the boards of “for profit” companies and “nonprofit” organizations.

Date and TimeCourse Schedule
Friday, January 22
Classroom TBA
Meet In classroom with instructor on Truman Campus.
Saturday, January 23
9 am – 4 pm
Classroom TBA
Meet in classroom with instructor on Truman Campus
Wednesday, February 10
(7 – 9 pm)
Classroom TBA
Students in classroom; instructor by video
Wednesday, February 24
(7 – 9 pm)
Classroom TBA
Students in classroom; instructor by video
Wednesday, March 10
(7 – 9 pm)
Classroom TBA
Students in classroom; instructor by video
Final pitches
Questions?

Please contact  Prof. Boughton by email at Boughton@truman.edu