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Entrepreneurship and innovation education open to all

We teach all Northwestern students how to think like innovators and use creative problem-solving skills to help turn their ideas into reality. Explore the Farley Center’s wide range of resources and courses, from foundational classes in leadership, accounting, and marketing to experiential, team-based classes in which startup ideas are developed. The innovative mindset and entrepreneurial skills taught at Farley can apply to any career path.

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Academics and Resources

Coursework, connections, and tools to move your unique ideas into the world

Rooted in the McCormick School of Engineering, our comprehensive, credit-bearing coursework is accessible to all Northwestern students, no matter their area of study or experience level.


Explore a range of exciting courses in entrepreneurship and innovation, including Farley's experiential NUvention courses, without committing to a minor.

Student Resources

Be supported through your entire entrepreneurial journey by connecting with peers, spaces, and mentors.

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We embrace cross-disciplinarity

At the Farley Center, we believe everyone can be an innovator. That means we bring together students from all backgrounds in the classroom for a unique interdisciplinary experience. See how entrepreneurial skills can apply to all paths — including medicine, law, journalism, music, and more.

News & Events


VentureCat 2022: The Results

Northwestern student startup teams with Farley ties took home first and third place prizes at the 2022 VentureCat startup competition.

Flipping Over Crypto

Farley graduate Daniel Polotsky is founder of CoinFlip, a cryptocurrency ATM startup that exploded from the dorms of Northwestern to the big time.

Course Spotlight — NUvention: AI Analytics

NUvention: AI Analytics places AI at the center, exploring the intersection between entrepreneurship, data, the Internet of Things (IoT), and AI to help students create commercial technology startups.


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