Graduate Courses for Entrepreneurship Concentration and Specialization
The A. B. Freeman School of Business MBA and PMBA programs offers a variety of courses for students of entrepreneurship. The courses provide theoretical and practical application for venture startups, business management, and business strategy. Students are also allowed up to 3 credits of independent study in entrepreneurship, but must consult with an entrepreneurship faculty member to develop a plan of study.
To earn the concentration in entrepreneurship a student must complete 12 credit hours from the following courses, in addition to MGMT 6240 New Venture Planning-Practice of Management IV (3 credit hours)
Entrepreneurship Concentration Courses:
- FINE 7140 Venture Capital and Private Equity (3 credit hours)
- FINE 7210 Real Estate Planning, Finance, and Development (3 credit hours)
- FINE 7300 Platform Strategy (3 credit hours)
- MGMT 7140 New Product Development in the Hospitality Industry (3 credit hours)
- MGMT 7210 Management of Technology and Innovation (3 credit hours) if not chosen above
MGMT 6240 New Venture Planning-Practice of Management IV (3 credit hours) is an integral part of the entrepreneurship concentration and is a required course for all the full-time MBA students. Joint-degree students and non-MBA students must take this course, in addition to the 12 credit hours described above, to earn the concentration in entrepreneurship.
To earn a specialization in entrepreneurship, students must complete 9 credit hours from the concentration course offerings, in addition to MGMT 6240 New Venture Planning-Practice of Management IV.
Last Updated 9/30/14