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Entrepreneurship is a major aspect of our economy that offers many employment opportunities as well as income and wealth accumulation for diverse groups within our population. The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship is designed to meet the needs of students who have varied or limited backgrounds in entrepreneurial ventures, are part of family businesses, or are interested in starting or growing their own businesses when they graduate. Students in the program are required to take a minimum of 30 credits. In contrast, the MBA in entrepreneurship requires a broader spectrum of business courses. All MS students take the five required courses, as well as choose five electives in the finance, information systems, law, management, human resources management, marketing, public affairs, and real estate areas.

 

Required for all MS Students*
Business Communication I1.5 credits
or
Program specific 1.5 credit equivalent business communication instruction approved by the Graduate Curriculum Committee.

Preliminary courses (6 credits)

Students with appropriate academic background will be able to reduce the number of required credits in preliminary courses.

Financial Accounting3 credits
Marketing Management3 credits

Courses in Specialization   (30 credits)


Required (3 credits)

Entrepreneurial Strategy and Cases

(formerly

)

3 credits


Choose four courses from: (12 credits)

Analysis of Entrepreneurial Experiences

(formerly

)

3 credits
Managing the Family Business

(formerly

)

3 credits
Researching and Developing Entrepreneurial Ventures

(formerly

)

3 credits
Boards, Governance, and Leadership Within Entrepreneurial and Family Firms3 credits
Entrepreneurship and Community Development3 credits
Gender Differences Among Entrepreneurial Leaders3 credits


Choose five courses from (15 credits):

Globalization and Technology3 credits
E-Business Principles and Technologies3 credits
Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial Finance3 credits
Managerial Finance3 credits
Investment Analysis3 credits
Law and E-Business3 credits
Human Resource Management3 credits
International Human Resource Management3 credits
Analysis of Entrepreneurial Experiences

(formerly

)

3 credits
Managing the Family Business

(formerly

)

3 credits
Researching and Developing Entrepreneurial Ventures

(formerly

)

3 credits
Managing the Entrepreneurial Enterprise

(formerly

)

3 credits
Boards, Governance, and Leadership Within Entrepreneurial and Family Firms3 credits

Entrepreneurship and Social Business: From Strategy Development to Implementation
(formerly MGT 9866)
3 credits
Technology, Innovation and Design in High-Growth Ventures3 credits
Entrepreneurial Communications: Selling and Negotiating

(formerly

)

3 credits
Social Entrepreneurship: Concepts and Cases3 credits
Entrepreneurship and Community Development3 credits
Gender Differences Among Entrepreneurial Leaders3 credits

()

Real Estate Entrepreneurship

(formerly

)

3 credits
Seminar in Entrepreneurship

(formerly

)

3 credits
Advertising and Marketing Communications3 credits
Marketing Strategy3 credits
Internet Marketing and Global Business3 credits
Community Development: History, Present, and Future3 credits
"Greening" and Growing Cities: Sustainability and Public Policy Options3 credits
Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector3 credits
The Administration of Not-for-Profit and Voluntary Organizations3 credits

()

Real Estate Finance3 credits
Real Estate Valuation and Market Analysis3 credits
Real Estate Capital Markets3 credits

*Effective spring 2016.

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