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Center for Entrepreneurial Studies

The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies was created in 2003 to raise student awareness of self-employment as a career option. The Center fosters the collaboration of faculty, students, alumni and entrepreneurs to engage in activities and projects that advance hands-on entrepreneurial learning at the Stillman School. The Center offers mentoring and advising to all Seton Hall students who are thinking of starting a business or have launched a business and need assistance to expand their venture.
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Academic Programs

Students learn about the overall entrepreneurial process and acquire the skills and tools they need to succeed from the launch of a new business to the successful growth of that business. Students are required to complete four 3-credit courses.

Latest News

Victor Ricci '17

Alumni Launch Their Own Businesses

Two Stillman School alumni successfully launch their own businesses since their graduation. (Read More...)

In the Media

Susan Scherreik

What are the most important steps a small business can take to survive in the current conditions?
Susan Scherreik advises small businesses on ways to navigate the coronavirus epidemic. Read more in WalletHub »

SHU alum builds watch company from Pirate's Pitch victory

SHU alum builds watch company from Pirate’s Pitch victoryIn 2016, Christian Zeron was a senior at Seton Hall, a Catholic studies major and the winner of the annual Pirates Pitch competition. Two years later, he is the founder and owner of a thriving, up-and-coming business, Theo & Harris. Read more about Christian Zeron »

Breaking the Language Barrier

Ryan Skolnick, a junior in the Stillman School of Business.Ryan Skolnick speaks Mandarin Chinese. He knows Latin. He's studied French and took Spanish back in kindergarten. So as a guy who loves learning new languages, Skolnick says he was shocked to uncover data on how few people who study a second language ever master it. Now he's made it his mission to change that. Read more about Ryan Skolnick »

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