The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
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Entrepreneurial Internship Program (EIP) Internship Seminar

OverviewEligible Companies | Sponsors | Internship Seminar

Participating students are able to network with other interns and earn academic credit for their internship by taking BUS 34105 Entrepreneurial Internship Seminar, taught by Ellen Rudnick, '73, clinical professor ofentrepreneurship and Polsky Center executive director and Ira Weiss, MBA '99, PhD '01, clinical associate professor of accounting and Hyde Park Angels Managing Director.

As part of the course requirements, each intern is required to write a case about an important issue faced over the summer by the student's employer as well as an analysis or solution to the case. Depending on the quality and evaluation of the analyses, certain cases may be incorporated into the curriculum for future case study.


 

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