CSC490H+CSC454H: Work Hard, Earn Course Credit, Build a Product
Do you have a tech-based entrepreneurial idea that you want to explore this summer? Want to learn the business of software, create a business plan, develop a software prototype, and be ready to pitch to investors by the end of the summer? Or maybe you have strong programming skills but no place to apply them? Does the startup world fascinate you but you haven’t come up with a compelling idea? Do you want to partner with someone who does?
Check out the Arts & Science Entrepreneurship Program (ASEP)!
Bring your own idea, or perhaps partner with a geography student with an idea for a GIS application, maybe work with an anthropologist who wants to develop a smartphone app related to social behaviour. You might work with a digital arts student who has a great idea for a mashup website. City planning, communications, culture, art, biology, linguistics, and other Arts and Science fields are all potential sources of ideas.
If you have any questions contact Mario Grech, Director of the Department of Computer Science Innovation Lab (DCSIL).