Where others see risk, you see opportunity. Forget status quo. You thrive on change. You imagine new possibilities: solutions, products, the next big idea.
Pursuing your concept isn’t a choice; it’s an intense belief that follows you everywhere. Trust that instinct. Feed it. Embolden your vision with creativity, feedback and an agile, adaptive approach.
Whether you’re launching a new venture, joining an emerging business, or advancing in a Fortune 500 company, you’ve come to the right place. At the USC Marshall Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, you learn a mindset that will set you apart and better position you to impact the world.
We teach skill set and mind set. With some 80 course sections taught by 30+ professors and practitioners, you’ll gain the skills, frameworks and methodologies to approach and solve large problems in a rapid, iterative way. And you’ll gain a critical toolkit that helps you achieve ambitious goals and break through barriers.
That kit includes the lean start-up model, which values continuous innovation and teaches you to develop a minimum viable product. The result: you begin the process of “doing” as quickly as possible. The pace is swift, expectations high, but that’s what you expect of yourself.