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The course extends the concepts learned in the Introduction to IT Innovation course and focuses on market dynamics and monetizing innovations. It moves past idea generation and focuses on identifying and gathering resources, innovation implementation, sustainable innovation models and how ideas can be monetized. The goal is for students to take their original ideas from concept to initial implementation with thoughts towards commercialization. Upon completing the course, students will have created at least a rudimentary implementation of an original idea and have a defensible plan for how the idea can be monetized.

Prerequisite(s): ITIN 1110 & CIST 1400. Not open to non-degree graduate students.

Information Technology (IT) Innovation, Bachelor of Science

The IT Innovation (ITIN) program involves the study of entrepreneurship as it relates to IT and an individual field of interest. Courses in this degree program are listed in the catalog as IT Innovation (ITIN).