San Diego State University Entrepreneurship Curriculum
Building the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs
San Diego State University is dedicated to helping student entrepreneurs turn small ideas into functioning, scalable businesses. Starting in the classroom with a solid entrepreneurship curriculum, these curious individuals begin creating their own business models to solve today’s emerging problems and opportunities. Learning about trends, looking for problems, understanding lean business startups, and perhaps leveraging the support and services of the entrepreneurship center at SDSU gives these future entrepreneurs a complete ecosystem of learnings and a vast array of resources that are helpful when starting a company.
Regardless of the size of the venture, the entrepreneurship Undergraduate and Graduate curriculum, supported by a diverse faculty of professors and practicum lecturers, provides the necessary course knowledge, skills and resources students need to make student business aspirations a reality. San Diego State University offers both interactive and experiential programs that allow students to build and practice their entrepreneurial competencies prior to their graduation date.
Please visit San Diego State University Catalog and search under “Management” to find the most up to date information about San Diego State Universities entrepreneurship programs and courses.
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.