SDSU Entrepreneurship Curriculum
Leading the Way in Entrepreneurship Education
Behind every successful business venture are daring individuals who seized an opportunity or followed a passion. Whether for emotional freedom or financial reward, entrepreneurs drive the foundational process of constructing a business and produce the innovative thinking that creates solutions to today’s most pressing problems. San Diego State University presents graduate and undergraduate students the opportunity to explore entrepreneurship and build entrepreneurial competencies in an interactive and experiential format.
Our educational programs incorporate experiential learning to give students applicable skills through hands-on instruction. The experienced professors, lecturers and mentors help push students to develop creative thinking skills while also improving problem solving in both individual and team based settings. Entrepreneurship courses are offered incrementally to all class levels, progressing from an introductory course to core courses to upper-division specialities.
In order to declare the entrepreneurship minor, you need to complete the following:
- Acceptance into your major
- Grade of “C” or better in Accounting 201
- GPA of at least 2.90
- Attend an Entrepreneurship Minor workshop
Attend an E-Minor workshop at the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center by checking the next workshop date on our Google calendar. During the summer months, please email the Entrepreneurship Minor advisor directly to schedule an online workshop at [email protected]
The Lavin Entrepreneurship Center at San Diego State University invites you to explore SDSU's undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurial programs.