Lorain County Community College announced it is one of six colleges nationally, and the only one in Ohio, to be chosen to participate in an innovative program that provides intellectual property curriculum for entrepreneurs at the undergraduate level.
The program is a partnership through the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship and the Michelson 20M Foundation.
“The new course material will help entrepreneurs of all ages to understand the importance of intellectual property protection,” said Jonathan Dryden, interim provost and vice president for Academic and Learner Services at LCCC.
Curriculum includes information on patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets.
NACCE and Michelson 20MM have selected Santa Monica College to lead the development of a master syllabus and a course cartridge comprised of 38 digital course modules to help support additional participating faculty.