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ENTREP 425: Consulting for Wearable Tech

Quarter Offered

Spring: Tuesdays, 6 – 8:50 p.m. CT, Evanston


None, however, prior entrepreneurship coursework is recommended.


This course presents students with the opportunity to build consulting experience, and challenges them to create commercialization strategies for emergent technologies being developed in the Querrey Simpson Institute for Bioelectronics led by Professor John Rogers. Students work in small consulting teams as they interface with real client companies in the biosensor/wearable technology space. Over the course of the quarter, students will learn to manage technical and market risks, deal with the complexities of intellectual property, and navigate the diverse worlds of science and business. 

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Applications for the Spring 2024 section of ENTREP 425: Consulting for Wearable Technology are now closed. Questions can be directed to


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Course Details

Requirements that this course satisfies: Serves as the experiential requirement for the Farley undergraduate minor and fulfills the experiential requirement for the Farley graduate minor in entrepreneurship. 

Duration: 3-hour course sessions, once per week (3-hour courses include regular breaks and are broken into lecture, discussion, and groupwork portions); 1 quarter 

Class size: 30 students 

Course number: ENTREP 425 

Who Should Enroll: Graduate students and advanced undergraduates interested in expanding their knowledge of the intersection of emergent technologies and entrepreneurship. Students in business, science, and engineering are encouraged to enroll. 

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