TE 440 - Engineering City Scholars
Last offered Fall 2023
Fundamental concepts in entrepreneurship and data visualization for Chicago?s local economy. Guest speaker topics vary but typically include: product design cycles across leading Chicago industries, challenges and impacts of growing and scaling businesses in the local economy, effects of regulation on Chicago businesses, market impacts on financing, and more. Students will explore how consistent engineering problems appear across multiple sectors of Chicago?s economy and use data provided by the City of Chicago to analyze trends in Chicago?s innovation ecosystem. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. May be repeated in separate terms to a maximum of 6 undergraduate hours. Prerequisite: Restricted to Engineering City Scholars students.