[The editor sez: this week, we're writing about classes at Stanford that deal with entrepreneurship in one way or another. If you're new to TVB, check out our previous series about where the tech elite eat, and some of the most important accelerators and incubators to watch.]
This spring quarter class at Stanford’s celebrated d.school focuses on product design and development. Open to just grad students (no exceptions), the course covers imagining, prototyping, testing and iterating, building, pricing, marketing, distributing and selling your team’s product or service. Students apply as intact teams with an idea. More details on the course here.
The course gets rave reviews from its students, for example: