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 (or 36-39 if you need to complete prerequisites). 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.
public entrepreneurship graduate program
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online program, with no on-campus requirements
months to complete the degree program
Program requirements include an undergraduate degree with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, a graduate application, completion of Basic Economic Issues (ECON 200 or equivalent) and ACCT 200 or ACCT 540 (or equivalent). 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).
The MSE has six start dates per year:
July 8: Summer 2 (Prerequisites only)
September 2: Fall 1
October 28: Fall 2
January 13, 2020: Spring 1
March 9: Spring 2
Application deadlines are approximately one month before each start date.
Return on Investment
Return on Investment
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.
$30,000: Resident or Non-resident
$1,000: Per credit hour
Tuition and fees subject to change. Base cost of program may vary based on number of prerequisites, if any. Cost does not include University fees, books or miscellaneous expenses.