​Entrepreneurship Projects

The University of San Diego's Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering is developing an innovative entrepreneurial mindset that infuses the ideas of curiosity, connections and creating value with broader innovative thinking in the classroom and ultimately in the workplace. Through the entrepreneurship track in senior design, students work on an engineering problem with an eye towards entrepreneurship. In addition to the standard engineering design cycle, students are asked to consider the business implications of their idea. Students work with external mentors who have experience with starting new ventures and are required to make several pitches throughout the academic year.

Browse Projects by Year

  • Bibble

    Computer Science

  • Discrete Solar

    Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

  • HITS

    Electrical Engineering, Integrated Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

  • LyfBox

    Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

  • Nudge

    Computer Science

  • Sunshine Box

    Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Integrated Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

  • Unity

    Computer Science

For more information on these projects, please contact:

Venkat Shastri

Subramanian (Venkat) Shastri, PhD

(619) 260-2797