Starting a company is hard. Starting a company and building it into a successful, lasting business is even more so. This course, developed by Y Combinator with Sam Altman and taught at Stanford, aims to teach the fundamentals of starting a startup, with the goal of decreasing the barrier to entry for new entrepreneurs. Instruction focuses primarily on the first 100 days, from ideation to execution, covering the minutiae of company structure, product design, core metric evaluation, ethics and so on. Lectures are taught by experts in the startup space. For more information on the Startup School, visit Path description provided by the Startup School.