Our undergraduate entrepreneurship program is designed to provide students with a broad and deep course portfolio, to help support diverse entrepreneurial and career interests. A 3-course, highly experiential sequence of “fundamentals” allows students to rapidly progress from a generalist understanding of entrepreneurial process to a more focused testing and launching of ventures. For those seeking a deeper dive into specific aspects of entrepreneurship, additional course paths are designed to enhance student skills in managing people and founding teams, assessing and financing new ventures, deploying an entrepreneurial mindset, and more. For those seeking a complete program, tailored to personal or professional interests, we offer seven business or interdisciplinary minors, each of which includes required fundamentals and an array of more focused courses.
Our curriculum is applied, practical, flexible, and built on decades of research. That said, our professors and founder/instructors are committed to delivering the most current, relevant, and robust learning outcomes; we update existing and introduce new courses on a continual basis. Our goal: to maximize the likelihood of our students’ success as entrepreneurial thinkers and entrepreneurial doers, in both new businesses and more established organizations.
Our current course portfolio is below. Descriptions of each course can be found in our course catalogue.