Entrepreneurship at USC: An Exciting 21st Century Opportunity
A survey of college students funded by LegalZoom.com revealed these statistics:
- 36 percent of college students are “sidepreneurs,” i.e., they have started businesses in addition to attending school.
- 69 percent of students would like to work for an entrepreneur.
- 89 percent believe entrepreneurship education is important.
To remain a global leader in business education and a catalyst for economic development, the Faber Center at USC is helping to develop USC's entrepreneurship program as we encourage and prepare our students to take their entrepreneurial skills into the new global economy.
Faber Entrepreneurship Center Partners:
- USC/Columbia Technology Incubator
- Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
- University of South Carolina Technology Commericalization Office
- South Carolina Council on Competitiveness
- South Carolina Research Authority
- Savannah River National Laboratory
- Kennedy Pharmacy Innovation Center
The Faber Entrepreneurship Center at the Darla Moore School of Business promotes experiential learning through in-depth consulting projects as part of student course work. For its research programs and commercialization projects, the center works in conjunction with the South Carolina Research Authority, the South Carolina Department of Commerce, the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, various schools and colleges at USC and a broad range of other entities to bring inventions and innovative technologies developed at USC and throughout South Carolina into the marketplace.