MBA Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Develop the entrepreneurial skills and understanding you need to adapt and thrive in any business climate. Through hands-on experiences, you’ll be ready to launch a startup, innovate for an established company or develop sustainable solutions to social problems. You’ll learn from accomplished faculty, as well as your classmates’ own professional expertise in a diverse set of business fields.
Entrepreneurship and innovation majors are encouraged to participate in the many co-curricular and networking opportunities offered by Horn Entrepreneurship, such as the Hen Hatch startup funding competition, Free Lunch Friday sessions with expert entrepreneurs and the state-of-the-art Venture Development Center.
The Lerner MBA with major or concentration in entrepreneurship and innovation is an on-campus program. You can also take several courses online, giving you more flexibility and allowing you to complete your degree faster.
The Lerner MBA’s core business courses and professional development classes give you a solid base of business management knowledge. Then choose an entrepreneurship and innovation specialization option.
Major in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
The entrepreneurship and innovation major requires 5 courses and offers an in-depth study in entrepreneurship.
Major Courses (15 credits)
Concentration in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
The entrepreneurship and innovation concentration requires 3 courses and offers a broad view of entrepreneurship. In addition to the 9 credits of the concentration, you will choose an additional 6 credits of electives.
Concentration Courses (9 credits)
The creative nature of entrepreneurship inevitably means there are no limits to where you will take your career. Graduates may pursue a career as an:
- Innovator and value creator (research & development)
- Team builder/leader/connector
- Business developer
- Social entrepreneur
Learn more about MBA admissions requirements, deadlines, tuition and financial aid available to you.