Source: Manesh Bhatia

This is isn't a comprehensive list, but an attempt to share information about some of the courses that I am aware are open to working professionals:

Steve Blank's Lean Launchpad class is available online on Udacity: http://steveblank.com/2012/09/ 06...

Guy Kawasaki's Art of the Start : Turning Ideas into High-Growth Businesses is also available online: http://www.skillshare.com/ classes/business/Art-of-the- Start-Turning-Ideas-into-High- Growth-Businesses/449341632

Additionally, there are quite a few options (some are available online as well) at Stanford (listed in no particular order):

Entrepreneurial Thought Lead e rs Seminar Series -- Weekly when school quarters are in progress (on campus). Open to the public , and streaming videos are also available online a few days after each talk.

Stanford Innovation and Entrepreneurship Certificate -- A professional certificate can be earned by completing any 8 of 12 online courses on topics including: hands-on creativity, marketing, social media, innovation strategy, and entrepreneurship.

Stanford Ignite Program
https://www.gsb.stanford.edu/ ignite

Stanford Continuing Studies tends to offer a few courses every quarter that might be of help to entrepreneurs, and they are open for anyone to register. Fees tend to be fairly reasonable.
http://continuingstudies. stanfor...


Stanford MS&E's free open online class on Tech Entrepreneurship :
http://venturelab.stanford. edu/v...
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