Department Chair: Mark V. Cannice, Ph.D.
The San Francisco Bay Area is the global epicenter of new venture creation and technology innovation. The USF Entrepreneurship and Innovation Major is designed to prepare students to pursue an entrepreneurial career. Students will learn the tools to design, launch, and grow new business ventures, either stand alone or within an existing corporation. Students will be able to tailor their Entrepreneurship and Innovation Major with course selections that include Entrepreneurial Management, Internet Business Applications, and Entrepreneurial Finance, among others. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to pitch their new business venture before a professional panel of Silicon Valley executives and investors.
(Business Core plus 20 or more credits of E&I electives and "Entrepreneurial Management" Capstone BUS 406)
E&I Required Courses (16 credits) - complete the four classes listed below:
E&I Electives (4 credits)- select one or more classes from among the following:
E&I Required Capstone (4 credits)- Complete the capstone course listed below: