Master of Business Administration

Through the Center for Entrepreneurship and W. Frank Barton School of Business, students interested in learning the foundation for business development, family business leadership or innovation in a corporate setting can pursue a Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in entrepreneurship and innovation. The entrepreneurship and innovation concentration builds on the MBA curriculum to strengthen skills in customer evaluation, idea development, process innovation and business model development.

The MBA concentration in entrepreneurship and innovation requires three of the following courses, along with the core MBA concentration:

ENTR 705 Technology Entrepreneurship (3 credits)
ENTR 706 Seminar in New Product & Technology Development (3 credits)
ENTR 868 Seminar in New Venture Development (3 credit)
ENTR 869 Corporate Entrepreneurship (3 credit)

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