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Stanford eCorner content is organized around four focus areas to help you navigate content and train for specific skills. We believe an understanding of these four focus areas — Innovation, Startups, Culture and Strategy — are vital to developing an entrepreneurial mindset.
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Stanford Course Resources
Explore Stanford course websites, syllabi and videos from popular entrepreneurship and innovation courses offered by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), the Department of Management Science & Engineering and the Stanford d.school:
- ENGR 140 — Mayfield Fellows Program
- ENGR 145 — Technology Entrepreneurship
- MS&E 178 — The Spirit of Entrepreneurship
- MS&E 180 — Organizations: Theory and Management
- ENGR 245 — The Lean Launchpad
- MS&E 271 — Global Entrepreneurial Marketing
- MS&E 273 — Technology Venture Formation
- ME 368 — D.Leadership: Design Leadership in Context
- MS&E 472 — Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar
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Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), which leads Stanford eCorner, collaborates with select universities and governments to accelerate entrepreneurship education that helps students to solve the challenges of the 21st century.
Working across the globe, we focus on training educators to develop and implement pedagogy and curriculum that support the growth of university and regional entrepreneurial ecosystems.
Contact Matt Harvey, STVP’s executive director, for more information.
Leading-edge insights on entrepreneurship and innovation within technology-based companies and in areas of policy.
Courses, research and tools to help leaders and teams change their organizations for the better.
Tools, tips, and exercises to drive entrepreneurship and innovation into undergraduate curriculum. Presented by the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter).
Free online courses, graduate and professional certificates, advanced degrees, and executive-education programs led by Stanford faculty for learners on campus and beyond.