By Donnie Hampton and Earl Roach III, Two-Year MBAs ’19
This series is intended to help you maximize your time at Johnson as an aspiring entrepreneur. We came to business school to gain the skills necessary to grow as an entrepreneurs, and we are excited to provide additional insights on the resources and opportunities available at Cornell.
During our first-year at Johnson, we worked on multiple business ideas through two courses, participated in five hackathons, attended more than five entrepreneur-focused networking events in the community, and joined a variety of entrepreneurial clubs at Johnson. Building on our experience, we encourage you to consider the ideas presented in this series to support your Cornell journey as an entrepreneur.
Step 1: Choose courses that empower you to work on an actual business idea
Working on your own business idea in class is a great way to optimize your learning and help you make tangible progress with advisors as you improve your idea.
Johnson offers more than 20 different entrepreneurial courses, with new courses being added every semester. Given the finite amount of time Johnson students have available while completing their graduate studies at Cornell, we have listed some of the more popular courses that allow you to work on a business idea to help put your classroom learning into practice.
To read the full article, click here: https://www.johnson.cornell.edu/businessfeed/2018/12/11/be-an-entrepreneur-course-selection/