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You have big ideas. We can help you turn them into something even bigger.
Entrepreneurship is a four-year experience. Starting with Entrepreneurship 101, you’ll have an entrepreneurial experience every semester as a major. Not a major? Double-up and get the best of two worlds.Academic Programs
Need resources? As an entrepreneurship major, you have access to an abundance of curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular resources, including the Center for Entrepreneurship.
Is your idea the next big thing? Apply for the $100,000 Dr. Sushil Bhatia Competition for Innovative Ideas. Or apply for MassChallenge or the Rice Business Plan Competition. Our E-Mentors are here to help you.
The Center is built on four pillars:
You have access to the Center for Entrepreneurship—a central workspace where you can collaborate and share ideas with your peers, alumni, and faculty.
The Center also works closely with the College of Arts & Sciences, the New England School of Art and Design, and the Suffolk Law School to offer you interdisciplinary programming. For instance, the Entrepreneurship Program leads the Business Foundations course, which is a requirement for all incoming freshmen, regardless of their major.
Taking advantage of the Center’s offerings means you’ll graduate ready to take charge of your future and have a positive impact on society. Throughout the program, you’ll develop the integrity, confidence, mindset, and tools to think and act entrepreneurially (innovatively and creatively).
Located at One Beacon Street, the Center is a workspace for you to collaborate with peers, alumni, mentors, and faculty.
Entrance to the Center is on the mezzanine level of One Beacon, which can be accesed via Somerset Street.