As part of the entrepreneurship component I took FSE 301: Entrepreneurship for Engineers and IEE 220: Business and Industrial Engineering. Through this classes I developed an entrepreneurial mindset as I learned and applied business concepts. I was part of a team who developed a business concept, created a minimum viable product, tested and validated our idea with potential customers.
Taking risks as an entrepreneur means exploring new areas and try what most people think is impossible. Thanks to these classes my interest in entrepreneurship grew, as I want to further implement my research into the clinical arena. Entrepreneurship is not just selling a product, but also a service. I want to further reverse engineer the brain to find better solutions for patients with neurological disorders by pursuing a PhD in Engineering and Physical Therapy.