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The USF Center for Entrepreneurship is a nationally-ranked, multidisciplinary, campus-wide center focusing on entrepreneurial education, training, and research. By using innovative, interdisciplinary approaches, the center provides opportunities for graduate students in the fields of business, engineering, health sciences, and sustainability through the Master of Science in Entrepreneurship, several graduate dual degree programs, and the Certificate in Entrepreneurship. The center also enhances undergraduate studies by offering two minors. The partnerships between the colleges and the business community leverage the strengths of all participants to create a nationally recognized program, which enables students to develop the critical skills necessary to imagine creative solutions and transform those ideas into successful endeavors.

These partnerships leverage the strengths of all participants to create a nationally recognized program, which enables students to develop the critical skills necessary to imagine creative solutions and transform those ideas into successful endeavors.

The Center for Entrepreneurship is nationally ranked by the Princeton Review as one of the top entrepreneurship graduate programs in the country since 2007; the center has also received the top three awards from the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE): Best Specialty Program 2004, Most Innovative Course 2005, and Most Innovative Teaching Pedagogy 2006.