Master of Entrepreneurship

The ME program offers a rigorous immersion into the nature of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial process. Core content is coupled with a strong commitment to experiential learning. Students are encouraged, but not required, to start a venture while in the program. Students are also prepared for advanced positions in business that require critical and innovative thinking.

 
The Master of Entrepreneurship program consists of 30 credit hours.  Incoming students who have taken equivalent graduate level courses can petition to substitute these for program requirements, but still must complete at least 21 hours within the program. To graduate from the ME program, students must achieve at least a 2.50 GPA and complete required coursework and electives with a grade of C or higher.
 
Student Learning Outcomes
  1. Students will develop the management skills required to craft and execute business strategy.
  2. Students will develop solutions to business challenges grounded by the theories, concepts, and practice of the discipline.
  3. Students will apply standards of legal and/or ethical behavior in business decision-making.
  4. Students will develop research skills necessary to position a company to create competitive advantage. 
  5. Students will demonstrate professional business communication appropriate to a variety of audiences.

Required Courses and Electives:

Business Foundation

BADM 501Accounting and Budgeting

3

BADM 502Business Finance

3

BADM 503Advanced Managerial Theory

3

BADM 504Entrepreneurial Marketing

3

Total Credit Hours:12

Entrepreneurial Core

ENTR 501Creativity and Innovation

3

ENTR 502Ethics in Business and Entrepreneurship

3

ENTR 503Strategic Management and Policy

3

ENTR 504New Venture Feasibility and Design

3

Total Credit Hours:12

Electives


Six credit hours (two courses) from the following list of courses offered as demanded.
BADM 505Research and Writing in Business

3

BADM 506Human Capital Management

3

BADM 507Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions

3

ENTR 505Technology Based Entrepreneurship

3

ENTR 506Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship

3

ENTR 507Public Relations for Entrepreneurs

3

ENTR 508Social Entrepreneurship

3

ENTR 510Special Topics in Entrepreneurship

3

Total Credit Hours:6

Total Credit Hours: 30