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Computer Science 385/Management 385: Understanding Entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley
Menlo Park, United States; San Francisco, United States; Seattle, United States (Outgoing Program)
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Prerequisites: Junior/Senior, Consent of Instructor Program Type: J-Term 2
Max. Enrollment: 12 Academic Dept: Computer Science
No. of Credits: 4 Immersion: None
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INSTRUCTOR:  Brad Miller (Computer Science)
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Silicon Valley

Course Description: Internet technology has fundamentally changed marketing, communications, and the operations of every business in our society. Silicon Valley is home to the people, places, and power sources that drive this machine. Students in this J-Term trip will gain both theoretical and tactical understanding of business strategies utilized in the Valley and also have the opportunity to speak with industry leaders and the companies they represent. We will visit companies and key people including entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, engineers, and marketing professionals.
 
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Estimated Cost: $3250 - $3700
Estimated Add'l Meal Costs: $400
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