The Rady School of Management at UC San Diego has launched a new undergraduate minor in entrepreneurship and innovation. The new minor will begin in fall 2015.
Students will develop a comprehensive view of innovation and operations of both established businesses and startups, gain hands-on experience through projects and case studies, collaborate with peers to foster leadership and conflict resolution skills and have the opportunity to cultivate and expand their existing business ideas. The minor is unique to the University of California system, as no other UC school has a similar program at the undergraduate level.
This is the third undergraduate minor offered by the Rady School, which also offers minors in business and accounting. The Rady School’s current minors are the most popular on the UC San Diego campus with approximately 1,230 undergraduates enrolled in the business minor and 510 in the accounting minor per year.