Get ready to stake your claim in the metaverse. Students will explore emerging entrepreneurial business models within the emerging web 3.0 ecosystem. In this interactive, engaging course you will:
Building the metaverse will be a collaborative effort between brands and consumers. Entrepreneurs who successfully engage with consumers in the metaverse will emerge as the winners.
Who should take this course?
This course is suitable for future-focused and innovative students who want to discover if a career in the intersection of technology and business is the right path for them.
Core entrepreneurial skills will be developed alongside leadership, innovation, and tech literacy through interactive group activities. Students will collaborate with their peers to analyze potential strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats for entrepreneurs hoping to stake their claim in the Web 3.0 metaverse.
Students will practice their entrepreneurial skills in real-world case studies and develop a SWOT analysis to support a simulated investment option. They will conduct research, analyze business opportunities, and learn to make informed decisions to satisfy stakeholders. They will debate whether technology is disrupting established business models. They will learn fundamental concepts in Web 3.0 tech literacy, business, entrepreneurship, and more importantly, put them into practice with collaborative support from their peers and instruction from industry professionals.
Experienced industry leaders from the tech business world will meet with students as guest speakers and provide personal insights from their careers as successful business professionals. The Road to College career exploration will demonstrate multiple paths to reaching a career as an innovative business disruptor.
There will be three Road to College and Career Panels with the following themes:
These panels are designed to give students exposure to each level of the path to a career in business from real-life professionals. They will learn from undergraduate students about their academic experience in college, hear from early-level career professionals in distinct aspects of the industry, and engage with successful innovation leaders
Key 21st century leadership skills such as creative thinking and goal setting are fundamental to a successful career in business.
In the field of Business and Entrepreneurship, professionals must adapt to a constantly changing consumer market and stay competitive by acting as innovative, forward-thinking leaders. Essential 21st-century leadership skills such as creative thinking and goal setting are fundamental to a successful career in business.
Leadership training includes the following themes:
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