What to Expect

Students in The IESE program can choose to take a variety of courses based on their academic interests: physics, engineering, computer science, computer engineering, information systems technology, business and corporate communication. By taking these courses and participating in the program, students will learn the underlying principles of integrating technology and clean-living, and gain valuable hands-on experience in experimental design.

IESE students work on light source diagram.

IESE students work on light source diagram.

Business and Corporate Communication students will establish proof-of-relevance of the inventions to the market demand by examining the marketplace and the innovation’s potential for success relative to existing competition.

Students should expect to meet regularly with their IESE faculty mentor, as well as meet with their peers once a month to monitor progress and discuss results.

Mr. Wolfe explains economic principles.

Mr. Wolfe explains economic principles.

Registration

Students must obtain permission before registering for any of the courses available for the IESE program. Once they have permission, they should register for their classes immediately.

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