We have access to courses offering unique development opportunities
...spanning across business, engineering, computer science, product development, and design and more.
- IPD 501 Integrated Computer-Aided Design, Manufacturing and Analysis
- IPD 509 Needfinding
- IPD 514 Design for Manufacturability
- IPD 515 Product Design
- IPD 527 Industrial Design I
- IPD 528 Design of Contemporary Products
- IPD 544 Digital Fabrication
- IPD 545 Engineering Entrepreneurship I
- IPD 552 Problem Framing
- IPD 562 IPD Theories/Methods II
- FNAR 523 Drawing I
- FNAR 550 Intro to Printmaking
- FNAR 566 Graphic Design with Creative Technologies
- FNAR 571 Intro To Photography
- FNAR 580 Figure Drawing I
- FNAR 589 Mixed Media Animation
- FNAR 633 Digital Illustration
- FNAR 634 Art of the Web
- FNAR 635 3-D Computer Modeling
- FNAR 637 Information Design and Visualization
- FNAR 640 Digital Photography
- FNAR 646 Advanced 3D Modeling
- FNAR 661 Video I
- FNAR 662 Video II
ARCH 502 Design Studio II
ARCH 522 Visual Studies II
ARCH 536 Structures II
ARCH 724 Technology in Design: Data and Adaptation
ARCH 728 Design of Contemporary Products
ARCH 744 Digital Fabrications
- ANTH SM 586 Desire and Demand
- COMM SM 216. Big Data and Social Research.
- COMM SM 332. (PSCI332) Survey Research and Design.
- DYNM SM 551. Devil's Advocate: Power of Divergent Thinking.
- DYNM SM 602. Leader-Manager as Coach.
- DYNM SM 610. Knowing Yourself: The Coach as an Instrument of Change.
- DYNM SM 618. Strategic Crowdsourcing and Business Models 2.0.
- DYNM SM 615. Pennovation.
- DYNM SM 621. Managing Project Portfolios
- DYNM SM 637. Creating High-Performing Groups and Teams: A Course in Real-Time Experiential Learning.
- DYNM SM 651. Group and Team Dynamics.
- DYNM SM 662. Entrepreneurship and Leadership: Creating Winners.
- DYNM SM 666. Systems and Design Thinking.
- DYNM SM 673. Stories in Organizations: Tools for Executive Development.
- DYNM SM 677. Human Capital and Human Nature: Sources of Creativity and Innovation.
- DYNM SM 692. Innovation in Organizations.
- ENVS SM 617. Innovative Environmental Management Strategies.
- ENVS SM 664. Sustainable Design.
- SOCI SM 553. (URBS553) Field Methods in Qualitative Research
Business (OIDD, MKTG, MGMT)
OIDD 614 Innovation
OIDD 652 Design & Dev. of Web-Based Products and Services (SF Only)
- OIDD 654 Product Design and Development
- MKTG 753 New Product Management
- MKTG 755 Advertising Management
- MKTG 728 Contagious: How Products, Ideas and Behaviors Catch On
- MKTG 775 Managing Customer Value
- MKTG 793 Retailing
- MKTG 892 Creativity
- MKTG 896 Retail Merchandising
- MGMT 801 Entrepreneurship
- MGMT 806 Formation & Implement
- MGMT 810 Social Entrepreneurship
- MGMT 811 Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition
- MGMT 937 Entrep Research Seminar
- FNCE 750 Venture Capital and the Finance of Innovation
- LGST 813 Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship
EAS 545 Eng Entrepreneurship I
EAS 102 Product Engineering Basics
- EAS 449 Prod Dev/Entrep Ventures
- EAS 546 Eng Entrepreneurship II
- EAS 590 Commercializing Tech
- MEAM 101 Introduction To Mechanical Design
- MEAM 201 Machine Design and Manufacturing
- MEAM 415 Product Design
- MEAM 510 Design of Mechatronic Systems
- MEAM-520 Intro To Robotics
- MEAM-091 Shop Tr: Manual Milling
- MEAM-092 Shop Tr: Manual Turning
- MEAM-093 Shop Tr: Hybrid Milling
- MEAM-094 Tr: Cnc Milling/Solidcam
- MEAM-095 Shop Tr: Cnc Turning
- ESE 505 Control Of Systems
Computer Science (CIS)
- CIS 110 Intro To Comp Prog
- CIS 195 Iphone App Development
- CIS 196 Ruby On Rails
- CIS 520 Machine Learning
- CIS 580 Machine Perception
- CIS 581 Comp Vision&Cmptnl Photo
- CIS 560 Computer Graphics
- CIS 562 Computer Animation
- CIS 568 Game Design Practicum
Head to https://penncoursereview.com/ for reviews of any course. To take any of these classes as a Wharton student, follow these steps:
- Email email@example.com and indicate the course you would like to register for. They will attempt to add yo to the system.
- We recommend you also reach out to the professor and/or department administrator for approval. The academic office will explain if these additional steps are required or optional.
Be aware: Unless there is a unique circumstance, only courses numbered 500 and above (eg: IPD 501) can be counted toward your 19 cu graduation requirement. That said, you can still take courses numbered below 500 (up to 2 cu) as part of the 21 cu maximum.