The Entrepreneurship MBA concentration provides students with the entrepreneurial mind-sets, skills and tools for multiple contexts, including starting a business and/or being an entrepreneur in corporations, non-profit organizations, government or international organizations.
Students learn how to how to identify and assess opportunities, develop a new venture business plan, and practice entrepreneurship in multiple contexts.
This MBA concentration offers the opportunity to learn how to think and behave like an entrepreneur whether you are leading your own new venture, working in a corporation or starting or growing nonprofit or socially focused ventures or organizations.
MGMT-660 - Entrepreneurship and Innovation (3)
MGMT-661 - Entrepreneurship Practicum: New Venture Business Plan - Creating, Building and Managing New Ventures (3)
Select 6 additional credits from the following courses:
MGMT-663 - Managing Private and Family Businesses (1.5)
MGMT-666 - Strategic Alliances, Mergers and Acquisitions (3)
MGMT-667 - Corporate Entrepreneurship: Creating High Potential Ventures (1.5)
MGMT-668 - Global Entrepreneurship and Micro Ventures (1.5)
MGMT-669 - Entrepreneurship Financing, Venture Capital and Legal Strategies (3)
MGMT-670 - Nonprofit and Social Entrepreneurship and Strategy (3)