By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
This January 2012, you can attend Stanford’s Technology Entrepreneurship class from the comfort of home, online!
This class is for technology entrepreneurs and provides a combination of in-depth case studies and research on the entrepreneurial process. The professor is Chuck Eesley from Stanford University’s Management Science & Engineering group. He teaches and conducts research on technology entrepreneurship so that the next generation of entrepreneurs can have the greatest chances of success possible.
Want to better understand the formation and growth of high-impact startups in areas such as information, green/clean, medical and consumer technologies?
You can sign up now for the free online course on entrepreneurship here — class starts in January 2012. Join the movement! Over 25,000 people have registered for the free Stanford online course.
Some of the classes offered for free through Stanford’s online education platform include:
- Lean Launchpad with Steve Blank starting February 2012
- Computer Science 101 with Nick Parlante starting February 2012
- Human-Computer Interaction with Scott Klemmer starting February 2012
- Design and Analysis of Algorithms I with Tim Roughgarden starting January 2012
Editor’s note: Have an early-stage startup with a working prototype, at least one female founder and less than $1M in funding? Apply to Women 2.0 PITCH: Startup Competition by December 7, 2011.