Artist Depiction of the inside 36 Degrees North, a World-Class Entrepreneurship Hub that will open in Tulsa in January. The School of Entrepreneurship is a founding-partner in the facility, and its physical space and programs will be available to our students.
The new Spears School of Business Building will contain a fantastic New Venture Accelerator which will be a cornerstone of our program. The accelerator will look somewhat like the one pictured here.
The School of Entrepreneuship supports an Entrepreneurship Club that meets regularly. For informaiton about the club, contact Kevin Christensen at email@example.com.
Our classes instill in students the “entrepreneurial mindset” which helps them think, act, and behave in a more entrepreneurial manner. A willingness to take responsible risks is part of an entrepreneurial mindset. Rock climbing in an environment like is an example of responsible risk taking.
Billy Goat Ice Cream features ice cream made from goat’s milk rather than cow’s milk. This a big plus because it makes it OK for people who are lactose intolerant to eat. Billy Goat Ice cream was started by School of Entrepreneurship master’s students Rashaun Robinson and Caleb Neil.
Opportunities including cutting-edge course work, competitions, student incubators, speaker series, a makerspace, scholarships and an Entrepreneur-in-Resident program to support students interested in starting businesses or pursuing an entrepreneurially-minded career. Through the School of Entrepreneurship and the Riata Center you can:
- Complete an undergraduate, master’s or PhD degree in entrepreneurship.
- Work at a startup company or an entrepreneurially-minded larger company through the Riata Internship Program.
- Develop your business idea in one of two student incubators: Student Startup Central in Stillwater or 36 Degrees North in Tulsa.
- Collaborate with like-minded students in the 3D Creative Studio (makerspace).
- Study abroad
- Participate in a variety of exciting Riata-Center activities
- And much more