Allan Graves MBA ’10 offers San Francisco tours in tie dyed Vanagons.
In San Francisco, entrepreneurialism goes beyond technology and trade. It’s a culture that makes things better, easier, faster, more impactful, and more accessible — asking, “What’s next” not “What now?”
The country looks west when it wants what’s new in high technology. In 2014, San Francisco led venture capital activity in California with a whopping $11 billion in investments — 41 percent of all investments in the state. Where better than the epicenter of innovation to gain the unique skills and experiences to succeed in a booming economy?
The minor in entrepreneurship and innovation — offered by the School of Management and open to undergraduate students from every major — emphasizes the analytical skills and experiences needed to create innovative products and pursue entrepreneurial ventures.