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Entrepreneurship Certificate Course

 

Innovation questionsWelcome to Entrepreneurship in the Biomedical Space, a MUSC Certificate course. The main objective of this course is to help researchers learn how to put into action the knowledge arising from scientific discoveries. After the introductory lectures, each student will pick a project that will assess their progress throughout the course. In addition, each section contains lessons that can be accomplished in short sessions, followed by an assessment of the material covered. There are also videos from experts sharing the stories of their forays into entrepreneurship. Please watch our welcome video to learn more.

Registration is open for fall 2021. Course fee is $350 for MUSC participants and $500 for external participants. Course dates are May 17 – August 13, 2021. Scholarships are available for MUSC participants. For inquiries contact Dr. Scott Davis (davissco@musc.edu).


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About the Director

Dr James Bezjian-Course Director

Dr. James Bezjian will be the course director for the Entrepreneurship Course. He is an out of the box thinker, strategist, and consultant in several industriesrelated to entrepreneurial ventures. Born and raised in Southern California, Dr. Bezjian is passionate about people and organizations discovering their “why” behind the “what” and “how” of their ventures and ideas. During the day he can usually be found at the Citadel teaching young cadets about entrepreneurship and strategy. His passion is to see young minds find their calling. Additionally, Dr. Bezjian specializes in researching decision making strategies and innovation used to disrupt traditional business models and industries. As an advocate for people, culture, and innovation, he is eager to learn how ideas contribute to positive disruptive change within an industry.