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You have big ideas. We can help you turn them into something even bigger.
Interested in launching a new startup, growing and managing your family's business, bringing value to existing organizations, or having an innovative impact on society? This major is for you. 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.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.Competitions
Creating value is a critical skill for the global economy. As new technologies continue to redefine the role of people in the workforce, entrepreneurship at Suffolk University is about taking action to create, measure, protect and deliver value for existing organizations, family businesses, or new startups. Our students DETECT pain points in the marketplace by needs and wants (the problem), DESIGN products and services (the solution), and DEPLOY the solution in the marketplace (commercialization of products and services).
The value of education is greater than curriculum. Our program teaches entrepreneurs to drive value-creation through action. You participate in a series of experiential opportunities, are engaged locally and globally, and you learn how to be an active participant in your future rather than a passive observer. Our entrepreneurship faculty combine theory and practice necessary to maximize your learning experience throughout your academic career.
Suffolk’s entrepreneurship programs are offered through the Center for Entrepreneurship. The Center also works closely with the College of Arts & Sciences (including the New England School of Art and Design) and the Suffolk Law School to offer interdisciplinary programming. A vital resource for students, alumni, and the general public, the Center offers training workshops, mentor sessions, guest lectures, competitions, support for new ventures, and so much more. Located at One Beacon, the Center provides a central workspace where students, alumni, faculty, and business owners can collaborate.
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.