M.B.A Entrepreneurship


M.B.A Entrepreneurship

Innovation and flexibility are the secrets to success in today’s vibrant and competitive business environment. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program in Entrepreneurship fosters the enterprising spirit and managerial autonomy that businesses rely on to stay competitive in this dynamic economy. Entrepreneurship no longer refers specifically to the establishment of a new business–it is a generally applicable skill instrumental in any business’ continued development. It is the relentless pursuit of opportunity for the purpose of generating value. The entrepreneurship MBA is therefore an asset both for business owners and for administrators/managers at established businesses that operate on an entrepreneurial model. An MBA with an entrepreneurship specialization focuses on business administration strategies that encourage innovation and flexibility. Coursework covers business fundamentals from an entrepreneurial angle, including financing, organizational structure, strategy, entrepreneurial management, and more. In addition, specialized entrepreneurship courses focus on opportunity recognition and validation, business plan development, and the entrepreneurial process.

Entrepreneurship MBA graduates are positioned for success in dynamic industries such as technology, media, and more. They also offer unique value to larger businesses transitioning to a more flexible business model. Entrepreneurship MBAs generally enjoy strong demand and compensation to match.

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Program Objectives

Foster the enterprising spirit and managerial autonomy

Apply knowledge and skills to solve business problems.

Possess the skills required to integrate concepts from various disciplines to identify and develop business strategies.

Instill the desire to continuously improve and expand their technical and professional skills through formal means as well as through informal self-study.

Program Outcomes

On completion of the program students will be able to demonstrate the ability to:

  • Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
  • Gain multidisciplinary skills in management, strategy, finance, marketing and analytics
  • Understand the entrepreneurial process and how to design, develop, and bring new products and processes to market.
  • Function on multidisciplinary teams and communicate with technologists and business leaders with equal ease
  • Face challenges that can be unique to the entrepreneur turning an idea into a successful business.

Program Delivery

The program consists of both 3 credit and 4 credit courses.

All courses follow a 15-week delivery model where course objectives and outcomes for each week are thoroughly outlined and presented to students. Each course will consist of the following elements

  • Multi-Media Presentations
  • Interactive Sessions with Faculty online
  • Assignments including tasks, projects, case studies and activities that are graded manually by the professors
  • Continuous Assessments (quizzes, comprehension tests, instructor oversight)
  • Final Exam

There will be a significant emphasis on the outcomes for each week. Assignments are focused on assessing the students’ capability of applying the knowledge gained and demonstrating their skills and abilities in specific areas.