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Master of Science


public entrepreneurship graduate program

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Quick Facts

Credits Required: 30
Cost Per Credit: $1000
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Program Details

An accelerated and highly experiential degree, the Master of Entrepreneurship (MSE) can be completed in just 12 months, putting students on a fast track to launch new business opportunities within large organizations or start their own enterprises. Students attend courses alongside other experienced, like-minded professionals who are interested in entrepreneurship and innovation. The MSE content is laser‐focused on specific career‐building outcomes and skill sets. When students complete the MSE, they will have a depth of understanding that can immediately be put to use in the working world.

For active and aspiring entrepreneurs and corporate innovators, the MSE empowers students to develop relationships with classmates and professors through interactive, online opportunities, grow their entrepreneurial skills with self‐paced coursework, and join a thriving, talented community of business and technology professionals. While a master’s degree is not a prerequisite for entrepreneurial success, the knowledge gained from award‐winning faculty with real startup experience beats the expense and frustration of learning by trial and error.

The MSE faculty have multidisciplinary backgrounds in public health, communication, engineering, and business, allowing students to think critically from several perspectives. The program will help cultivate individual initiative and entrepreneurial thinking. These skills are essential for new venture creation.

*Residents of some U.S. Territories may not be eligible. Please see our Eligibility & State Authorization page for more information.


The curriculum for this program includes:

    ENTR 506: Principles of Entrepreneurship
    ENTR 523R: Customer Focused Entrepreneurship
    ENTR 549 : Tech Ventures
    ENTR 534: Industry Analysis and New Venture Development
    FIN 536: New Venture Finance
    ENTR 556: Business for Entrepreneurs

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