In the School of Business entrepreneurship classes, students learn foundational leadership and venture-vetting skills appropriate for starting a new business, advancing in their current company or joining a brand-new business (versus one that’s already established).
Throughout the program, students learn to think just like a founder or C-level executive, including how to identify potential socially innovative opportunities, prepare business plans and deal with legal issues. With our close connections to the San Diego business community, students have the opportunity to network with industry leaders both in and outside of the classroom.
|Required Lower-Division Courses|
|ACCT 201||Principles of Financial Accounting||3|
|ECON 101||Principles of Microeconomics||3-4|
|Required Upper-Division Courses|
|MGMT 304||Entrepreneurship and New Ventures||3|
|MGMT 310||Innovation and Design Thinking||3|
|Selection two of the folowing:||6|
|Negotiation in a Global Business Environment|
|New Venture Finance|
|Small Business Management|
|Global Social Entrepreneurship|
|Digital Marketing and Social Media|