Technology Realization Program
The Technology Realization Program is campus-wide program for Purdue graduate students that introduces and teaches the principles for moving ideas and technologies emerging from the lab bench out to the marketplace as a viable business opportunity. Open to graduate students regardless of college, the Technology Realization Program aims to help graduate students understand the challenges of managing the development and introduction of new ideas/technologies along with starting and managing new business ventures. Utilizing a variety of functional perspectives, coursework focuses on developing skills relevant to developing new products and processes, introducing innovations, and developing new businesses, both inside existing organizations and as independent startups.
ENTR 500 is offered in the Fall -for Course Description, click here.
ENTR 501 is offered in the Spring – for Course Description, click here.
About Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship
The Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship fosters the understanding and application of entrepreneurship with faculty and students across the Purdue campus and with stakeholders throughout the State.
Do you have Entrepreneurial Questions?
Developing a plan, identifying the market? Please visit the MBA students below during office hours in the Burton Morgan Center room 231 or contact them by e-mail.
- Kofoworola Adafin email@example.com
- William Birch firstname.lastname@example.org
- Benjamin Toney email@example.com
- Egemen Gozoglu firstname.lastname@example.org
- Eric Fredrickson email@example.com
- Shantanu Agrawal firstname.lastname@example.org
1201 West State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2057
Room Reservations for BDMCenter:
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- Cindy Ream email@example.com
- Engagement/Tours: 765-494-3662
- Certificate Program: 765-494-1314
- Small Business: 765-496-6491
- Fax: 765.494.9870