SDSU Entrepreneurship Curriculum
Leading the Way in Entrepreneurship Education
Entrepreneurs shape the way we live and work. They produce the innovative thinking that creates solutions to today’s most pressing problems. Entrepreneurship allows you to be in control of your own path, offering a freedom to pursue passions and goals to create change.
San Diego State University is committed to growing our community through the various aspects of entrepreneurship. 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.
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.
The Lavin Entrepreneurship Center at San Diego State University invites you to explore SDSU's undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurial programs.