The Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship is an award-winning, globally recognized pedagogy developed at the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology, designed to educate aspiring entrepreneurs and innovators.
In addition to providing frameworks and connections, the Berkeley Method is focused on helping students develop the mindsets and behaviors needed to achieve success. One way to learn some of these mindsets and behaviors is to take a course or be advised by the faculty who have also started new ventures and/or commercialized innovation. In the spirit of helping students, we highlight these innovative faculty at Berkeley for courses and guidance (see below).
This perspective on behaviors and mindsets is also one reason why the SCET features some of the world’s most distinguished innovators, entrepreneurs and faculty in our courses, such as the A. Richard Newton Lecture Series course. And if you are curious about your own mindsets and behaviors, just take our Berkeley Innovation Index survey to help quantify your ability to innovate.