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The 12-month USF M.S. in Entrepreneurship and Innovation is designed to ensure recent college graduates gain essential skills and experiences in order to best compete in today’s innovation economy and launch an entrepreneurial career from Silicon Valley. 

Join small classes of motivated students, experience a cutting-edge curriculum, and leverage the Silicon Valley innovation ecosystem.

Develop your career as an innovative leader who will help fashion a more humane and equitable world through the creation of products, services, and new ventures that serve communities around the globe. 

Whether your goal is to launch your own firm, join a venture-capital-backed startup, step into a business development role in a large corporate enterprise, contribute to a social enterprise or bring new innovative skills and associations to your family business, the USF MSEI delivers essential theoretical, applied, and experiential learning to help you achieve your objectives

Today’s rapidly changing economy requires business and technical skills and professional experiences. In the USF MSEI, students learn from leading scholarly and professional faculty and gain vital mentorship and professional enterprise and entrepreneurial experience.


·        Intern with a San Francisco Bay Area firm

·        Visit Silicon Valley companies

·        Attend investor pitch events

·        Build your own professional advisory panel

·        Create a new business venture for launch

Visit the Entrepreneurship and Innovation - MSEI page on the University of San Francisco website for more details!




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