Silicon Valley is admired around the world as a dynamic entrepreneurial region that creates new firms, products and industries. San Jose offers unique educational opportunities for would-be entrepreneurs: we have more entrepreneurs, more venture capitalists, and more legal, accounting, and other specialists supporting entrepreneurship within a 30-mile radius of campus than any university located elsewhere in the world.
A concentration in Entrepreneurship prepares students to create and manage their own new ventures. This might include launching a new business, buying a franchise, leading a new project or department within a company or managing an existing family business. The interdisciplinary curriculum augments the BSBA curriculum by focusing on the challenges of developing and managing new and small businesses.
The concentration includes three required and three elective courses. Additional information on the concentration can be found on the BSAC webpage.
Courses in Spring 2012:
|BUS 173C*||Entrepreneurial Finance||F||0900 1145|
|BUS 181*||Intro to Entrepreneurship||MW
|BUS 182||Business Plans for New Ventures||TTh||1800 2045|
|BUS 183||Global Entrepreneurship||TTh||1030 1145|
|BUS 186H||Entrepreneurship Lab course||W||1800 2045|
* Required course for Entrepreneurship Concentration.
BUS 186H Entrepreneurship Lab courses:
- The course gives you hands-on experience with a start up.
- Please read the Elab Course Overview for more information.
- Please download the Application form.
- Please download the E-LAB flyer.