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SDSU's College of Business Administration is introducing the entrepreneurship minor which is available to all students on campus. The entrepreneurship minor consists of 15 credit hours for both business and non-business students.
The ideal time to start your minor program is the first or second semester of your junior year. The minor consists of one business prep course (waived for business majors), two required courses (MGT358 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship and MGT460 Business Plan Development), and two or three elective courses (business students can take three while non-business students can take two). One distinctive feature of this minor is that students will be able to experience entrepreneurship through an "experiential component" of the program, such as business plan competitions or internships. The experiential component is administered by Lavin Entrepreneurship Center.
Visit the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center's website for more information on the Entrepreneurship Minor for Business Majors.
Visit the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center's website for more information on the Entrepreneurship Minor for Other Majors.
We offer 5 different tracks for students with diverse backgrounds and interests: traditional; social; technology and science; arts and design; and international. Before declaring the minor, students need to attend a mandatory advising session, meet with the faculty members, and get his/her advising form signed by the faculty member advisers.
Students must attend a mandatory advising session before declaring the minor.
Visit the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center's website for updated advising session information:
Tel: (619) 594-2781
Fax: (619) 594-8879