Entrepreneurship means different things to different people. Some believe it means creating the next Facebook or Google. Others believe it probably means running a small business and perhaps creating a lifestyle business. Perhaps people feel that entrepreneurship will allow them more freedom and potentially creating a higher potential income.
But real entrepreneurship at San Diego State University is much more. We believe that entrepreneurship is vital to sustaining and growing our communities and adding jobs. And it starts with a strong blend of education and experiential learning that teaches you lifelong skills like problem solving, innovative and creative thinking, feasibility assessment, written and oral communication, team building and perhaps co-creation.
Acquiring the skills listed above would certainly give you the analysis wherewithal to create a small company. But it will also provide the knowledge and insight to see changes in the world economy, to understand broad sweeping trends, to look at an opportunity 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.
Along with the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center at San Diego State University and the faculty and leadership in the College of Business, and the support of the university as a whole, we 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.
~ Sol Price, SDSU'34