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Monday, February 20th 2017

SDSU Entrepreneurship Curriculum

The Lavin Center leads the way in Entrepreneurship Education

          Entrepreneurship Minor

Entrepreneurship means different things to different people. To some, entrepreneurship means creating the next Facebook or Google. To others, it means creating and running a small business. To all, entrepreneurship provides the ability to be more free and the chance to be in control of your own destiny.

At SDSU we believe entrepreneurship is vital to sustaining and growing our community. Our entrepreneurship programs incorporates a strong blend of education and experiential learning to teach students transferable skills. These skills include: problem solving, innovative and creative thinking, feasibility assessment, written and oral communication, and team building.

Getting Started
In order to declare the entrepreneurship minor, you need to complete the following:
  • Acceptance into your major
  • Grade of ā€œCā€ or better in Acct 201
  • GPA of at least 2.90
  • Attend an E-Minor workshop
Upcoming Workshops
Attend an E-Minor workshop at the LavinCenter on one of the following dates:
  • February 9th at 11:00am
  • March 14th at 1:00pm
  • April 13th at 12:00pm
  • May 9th at 1:00pm
The skills taught in our curriculum provide students knowledge on how to develope, start, and grow businesses. After program completion our students are able to analyze changing markets, understand broad sweeping trends, and find opportunities from an international or social change perspective. It is these skills and perspectives that will allow you to substantially broaden and sharpen your professional skills for any endeavor.

With support from the university as a whole, the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center at San Diego State University, faculty, and leadership in the College of Business invite you to explore SDSU's undergraduate program and graduate program entrepreneurial programs.

Join us at San Diego State University and begin the journey on your entrepreneurial life.

I look for three I's in an employee--integrity, industry and intelligence. Of the three, integrity is the most important.
~ Sol Price, SDSU'34
   Founder
   Price Club
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The Lavin Entrepreneurship Center at San Diego State University serves SDSU students, entrepreneurs and business leaders through entrepreneurial curriculum, workshops, internships, resources and events. For information browse the Programs section of our website, subscribe to the Lavin Center Calendar and sign up for the Center's Entrepreneurial Fuel Newsletter. Entrepreneur resources such as the Lavin Center resume guide, marketing and business planning tools and more can be found in the Resources section of our site.

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