STUDENTS

SCET's programs and activities for students

Overview

Helping undergraduate and graduate students learn entrepreneurial skills and develop an innovation mindset is at the heart of our programs.  Below we highlight some courses and programs specifically offered to Berkeley students. Students should also review our full list of course offerings here.

Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Technology

Students can earn Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Technology by taking the A. Richard Newton Lecture series and 5 units from the list of approved list of SCET courses. This certificate is for any registered UC Berkeley student from any major.

A. Richard Newtons Series

A lecture series featuring distinguished innovators to share lessons from their own successes and failures.

BMoE Bootcamp

The bi-annual week-long venture workshop, teaching Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship.

The next bootcamp will be held on January 8-12, 2018.

Collider Sprints

Projects designed to connect students with thought leaders in industry and academia. All Collider Sprints are team-based and project-driven, providing an opportunity to sharpen teamwork and leadership.

Management of Technology Innovation

Preparing graduate and post-doctoral students to be able to translate technical work into value as a new venture or in industry settings.

Summer Abroad

Join the European Innovation Academy in Cascais, Portugal for an intensive, fast-paced learning experience.

Student Organizations

Student organizations that SCET recognized as exemplary models of technological innovation and entrepreneurship.

Sports Tech Program

Creating technology-based innovations that lead to new ventures creating competitive advantages for athletes, teams and sports leagues.

Collider Cup

SCET's all-star showcase of the best student teams from every semester. Come watch teams pitch to panels of professors, investors and industry experts.

Contact

Contact Jesse Dieker at jdieker@berkeley.edu for additional questions.