Teaching & Research
Our Entrepreneurship Faculty
How do you teach entrepreneurship and innovation? How do you turn a spark into a flame? With faculty drawn from 10 departments, Wharton’s professors and lecturers generate the knowledge and innovations that transform global business practice.
One of the largest and most diverse academic programs, the Goergen Entrepreneurial Management Program offers entrepreneurship courses at every level. Entrepreneurship and Innovation is available as a major for MBAs and a specialization for undergraduates.
Experience theory and practice in and out of the classroom with world-renowned faculty or successful business owners.
Endowed in 1997 by Robert B. Goergen, WG’62, the Goergen Entrepreneurial Management Program is based on the leading research conducted by Wharton faculty. The program is distinguished by its ability to combine theory with practice, allowing students to gain access and insight from the entrepreneurial business community. His generous gift endows the teaching programs in entrepreneurship at Wharton, including a Robert B. Goergen Professorship, funds for course development, and fellowships for new faculty.
The Sol C. Snider Entrepreneurial Research Center
The home of research for Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship, the Sol C. Snider Entrepreneurial Research Center is the first center dedicated to the study of entrepreneurship.