Course Highlights

  • Dive into the four main subdisciplines of business: operations, marketing, finance and management.
  • Generate an idea using the Business Model Canvas, a widely-used organizational tool for entrepreneurs.
  • Develop a business plan for your startup with an executive summary, financial projections and market analysis.
  • Create your own pitch deck, and present it to judges in a Shark Tank environment.

Course Highlights

  • Dive into the four main subdisciplines of business: operations, marketing, finance and management.
  • Generate an idea using the Business Model Canvas, a widely-used organizational tool for entrepreneurs.
  • Develop a business plan for your startup with an executive summary, financial projections and market analysis.
  • Create your own pitch deck, and present it to judges in a Shark Tank environment.
  • W H E N
    • Late June: June 21-July 3, 2020
    • Early July: July 5-July 17, 2020
    • Late July: July 19-July 31, 2020
  • T U I T I O N

    Residential: $4,998 USD

    Extended Commuter: $3,398 USD

    Commuter: $2,798 USD

Overview

Students will learn firsthand from business veterans about starting and running a business. Over the course of the program, they will develop a plan for a new venture and pitch their idea to real world investors. Along the way, meet with leaders from different areas of business and finance.

Last year’s business and entrepreneurship students were in for a treat with a visit to Facebook’s HQ where they got to hear from Facebook team members about how to apply business practices in the real world.

Hands-On Learning

Students will examine best practices in Research and Development (R&D), Operations, Marketing, and Finance. Understand the mechanics of scaling a business while maintaining quality.

Students become part of a new company and configure themselves into teams working on various aspects of a business. The program culminates in a shark tank environment with professional investors.

Career Exploration

Meet with range of business people, from small business owners, mid-level managers and execs from Goldman Sachs, McKinsey consultant, and CEO.

From creative marketers to hard-nosed financial analysts, there are myriad careers you may not have heard of. Together we will discuss the career options and the academic paths to get there.

Note: Summer Springboard programs are not run by our campus partners. Universities and their affiliated departments are not responsible for the Summer Springboard program in any way.