Develop the entrepreneurial mindset, influence, skills and understanding you need to bring new ideas to the marketplace. Through hands-on experience, you’ll be ready to launch a startup, innovate for an established company, or develop sustainable solutions to important social problems.

Entrepreneurial studies MBA concentration courses are offered in partnership with Horn Entrepreneurship. Students who choose this major are encouraged to participate in the many co-curricular and networking opportunities offered by Horn.

Program Requirements

MBA concentrations require 3 courses in a specific field. Suggested course sequence:

Courses (9 credits)

ENTR 654 – Introduction to Entrepreneurship

Choose one course from:
ENTR 655 – Startup Experience I
ENTR 658 – Developing New Technology-Based Products

Choose one course from:
ENTR 601 – Modeling, Prototyping & Testing
ENTR 602 – Industrial Design
ENTR 616 – Applied Creativity
ENTR 617 – Design Thinking and Innovation
ENTR 620 – Social Entrepreneurship
ENTR 650 – Business Accelerator for ENTR Ventures
ENTR 651 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship
ENTR 660 – High Technology Entrepreneurship
ENTR 659 – Startup Finance & Raising Capital for Entrepreneurs
ENTR 657 – Legal Issues for Entrepreneurs
ENTR 665 – User-Centered Research for Entrepreneurs

In addition to the nine prescribed credits of the concentration, you will choose an additional six credits of electives.

Admissions Information

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