Creating an Entrepreneurial Culture

Helping individuals obtain the skills, technology and resources they need to build successful businesses that drive innovation

Entrepreneurship Curriculum

The Entrepreneur Curriculum, developed at UC Berkeley, is the effort of many of the full-time and adjunct faculty within the Lester Center for Entrepreneurship. Dr. Jerry Engel  led the effort to develop the curriculum. More information on their overall program can be found at Lester Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Haas School of Business.

The Entrepreneur Curriculum is a full academic year of courses that can be offered at the last year of an undergraduate program or in a Masters program. It is best implemented where there are local entrepreneurs who can mentor students or be guest speakers and provide insight on the real experiences. This curriculum targets high technology startup companies and will appeal to entrepreneurs in both the engineering and business disciplines.

Intel sponsors entrepreneurial programs and competitions throughout the world. You can find additional entrepreneur resources, including books and websites here.

Contact Intel Higher Education Customer Support to obtain syllabuses for the courses listed in the chart.