Entrepreneurship mastery is as hands-on as it gets. We know because we live, breathe and teach it every day.
Our new online Master’s in Entrepreneurship program—launched by popular demand from students and business leaders—builds students’ understanding of the real-world skills and the thinking they’ll need to innovate throughout their career adventures.
What You'll Learn
Expand both your entrepreneurial thinking and the skills to bring your best ideas to fruition. Whether your goal is to launch your own venture or apply your skills in a corporation, nonprofit or public organization, you’ll emerge ready to confidently lead and make a lasting impact.
The program curriculum includes 30 credits. Your six core courses will cover topics ranging from tech ventures to customer-focused leadership. Then, you’ll dial in your focus of choice with four electives including courses like Global Social Entrepreneurship.
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Program requirements include an undergraduate degree with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, a graduate application, There is no requirement to take the GRE or GMAT.
For international students whose native language isn’t English, we require a TOEFL composite score of 7 (with no subject score lower than 6).
Let’s get right down to ROIs.
Get on a fast track to either launch your own business or grow one that has potential but needs someone just like you.
You’ll graduate with valuable expertise in subjects ranging from opportunity analysis to prototyping—and you’ll hit the ground running, ready to put every one of those skills to use in today’s global business landscape.
tuition for the program
cost per unit
Your Online Master’s in Entrepreneurship is a smart investment in a lifetime of career possibilities—and we aim to help make it affordable. Eller offers competitively priced tuition and an online program that works around your job, and there are a range of financial aid programs available to our graduate students.
These include federally sponsored (Stafford) loans for U.S. citizens, and alternative private loans for both U.S. and international students. Each option offers low-interest loans repayable upon your degree completion.
Eligibility for need-based grants, loans and scholarships is determined by completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form available online. Many funds are limited, so those students who have their FAFSA completed by March 1 each academic year receive priority processing.
Applicants must have been admitted to their master’s program before The University of Arizona Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA) will make financial aid awards. Graduate students must be enrolled at least halftime in order to receive federal loans.
To earn your Master's in Entrepreneurship, you will need to complete 18 units of core coursework and 12 units of electives for a total of 30 units.
The program can be completed in as little as 12 months. If you prefer to take a slower pace, you can take up to three years.
There is a $90 application fee (regardless of residency) and mandatory University fees.
No, the program is 100 percent online. However, we do invite our online students to visit when they are able and we encourage them to take advantage of professional talks and networking events on campus. All are welcome to participate in convocation to mark and celebrate their accomplishment.
No, the GMAT and any other standardized tests are not required for admission to the Online MSE program.