Newswise — For the first time ever, this fall Wharton is hosting 60 students in its traditional MBA program to spend a semester at Wharton | San Francisco, the School’s West Coast campus and home to MBA for Executive students. Led by Vice Dean of Innovation, Prof Karl Ulrich, the “Wharton San Francisco Semester” allows MBA students to take advantage of a range of entrepreneurial activities. It offers a balance of academics and co-curricular events such as workshops, guest speakers and company visits. Plus students are afforded free time to connect with work on startups or investigate innovation found in Silicon Valley. Learn more here: http://whartoneclub.com/category/semester-in-san-francisco/ Wharton | San Francisco is the home of a full range of activities, initiatives and programs designed to support the entrepreneurial objectives of Wharton students and alumni. The San Francisco campus is located on the top floor of the Hills Brothers Coffee Building in the South of Market (SOMA) district, rapidly becoming known as one of the foremost centers for innovation in the e-commerce/social media/gaming space. Wharton | San Francisco is also only 40 miles away from technology-centric Silicon Valley and draws many of its students from this area.