What’s so great about the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute?

Harness your entrepreneurial instincts
Entrepreneurship courses are open to all Georgia State students. Learn how to solve problems with unique ideas and confidently apply innovative ideas and concepts to your work, no matter what field you’re in. Learn more about our undergraduate and graduate courses ».
Go beyond the classroom
Students connect with entrepreneurship and innovation industry leaders through a variety of events like pitch competitions; panel discussions; and the uVenture Challenge, a competition for student teams to find the best business model and market strategy to create customer demand and market viability. View the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute’s upcoming events »
Live. Create. Launch.
E-House provides students with entrepreneurial ambitions a rare opportunity to constantly collaborate on and develop their ideas in the space where they live. Activities include workshops, competitions, mentorship, exposure to the Atlanta ecosystem, and peer-to-peer networking. Residents enjoy the following amenities: a collaborative study space, dry erase walls, a 65-inch touchscreen monitor, internet connectivity, and printing capability. Learn more about E-House and how to apply »

Frontline Feedback

Students from the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute at the Robinson College of Business put together a video about the courses the institute offers.


  • Students Transform Ideas into New VenturesThe undergraduate course, ENI 3102: Product Service Design for New Ventures, focuses on designing a product-service to create a profitable company based on customer demand. Students engage in hands-on team activities to discover customer demand, and satisfy that demand by designing and testing their own concepts.
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  • Georgia State Students Sweep Elevator Pitch CompetitionGeorgia State students flexed their entrepreneurial muscles taking first, second, third and honorable mentions at a recent pitch competition hosted at Clayton State University.
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