Learn about space from industry professionals and project work for NewSpace companies
If you’re curious about the space and entrepreneurship, you’ve come to right place. Our two-semester decal will cover the basics of the modern space economy, dynamics of the NewSpace industry, and basics of entrepreneurship both in and out of industry. In addition, you’ll be able to further deepen your knowledge through project work with our course partners.
Learn from a dynamic, in-person lecture series featuring Harvard Business School case studies, world-renowned guest speakers, and in-class exercises and workshops led by our course partners.
Outside the classroom, you’ll directly apply what you learned through cross-disciplinary project work with our course partners.
We’ve already had the opportunity to partner with leading innovative companies in the space industry as part of our Entrepreneurship in NewSpace DeCal.
You don’t have to take our word for it. Both past students and project partners have left stellar reviews.
"The Space Foundation team worked closely with a group of students in the NewSpace program. They produced a very high-quality paper and that we have proudly shared with incoming interns and internally among our employees. The value brought to our team from their research and the opportunity to work with these passionate students made the program well worth the time investment."
"Through this DeCal I got the chance to take one of the coolest classes I’d ever taken at Berkeley. The classes were insightful and engaging, the speakers diverse and goal-oriented, and the project leaders determined and helpful. If Space is a dream of yours, don’t pass this class up!"
"Working with Berkeley’s NewSpace students was a fantastic experience for Planet. We were continually impressed by the ability and drive of the students to tackle the investigation at hand throughout the course of the academic year. They came up with novel approaches and were not afraid to dive deep into the assignment, which had a real-world impact of helping to better understand California wildfires."
To apply, simply click “Apply now” and fill out the form.
Any undergraduate student can apply for this class, and there is no requirement on certain grade levels or specific majors. Slight preference is given to juniors & seniors, but passion comes first.
The course will earn you 2 units, P/NP only.
All lectures will be in-person, in Genetics and Plant Biology (GPB) 107 every Monday from 5-6:30 PM.
And, if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out by clicking “Contact us.”
Hope to see you in class!