What is The Entrepreneurial Experience?

Every semester the University of Baltimore offers a survey course titled “The Entrepreneurial Experience.” In this course students are introduced to a variety of concepts related to the different phases of new venture creation including discussions relating to ethical, international and legal issues. This course is open to all University of Baltimore and Maryland Institute College Art students.

Here are some photos from Entrepreneurship Professor Tiago Ratinho’s spring 2015 class during their business idea pitches. After they all pitched their ideas the students huddled with the student presenter that they thought were most viable business. In May, each group made up of three to four students will present their Business Models during a public forum.

Good luck to all of these student entrepreneurs.




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Supporting enterprising students in their business ventures

Developing a new business venture while attending classes, completing coursework and apprenticing with professional mentors seems like quite a juggling act. But it’s all in a day’s work for the students participating in UB’s Entrepreneurship Fellows program. Combining classroom instruction with hands-on business training, the program continues a UB tradition of providing our students with the academic knowledge, practical skills and innovative methods of thinking they need to succeed in the workforce. Continue Reading →

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