Graduate Courses

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 entrepreneurship specialization, students must complete at least 9 credit hours of entrepreneurship-related coursework, in addition to MGMT 6240 New Venture Planning-Practice of Management IV. One of the following courses is required:

MGMT 7150 Environment, Society and Capitalism (3 credit hours) or

MGMT 7210 Management of Technology and Innovation (3 credit hours)

Elective courses, with no more than 3 credit hours coming from the MGMT 7910 may include:

ACCN 7420 Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting (3 credit hours)

FINE 7140 Venture Capital and Private Equity (3 credit hours)

FINE 7210 Real Estate Planning, Finance, and Development (3 credit hours)

FINE 7310 Cases in Real Estate (3 credit hours)

FINE 7600 Valuation and Financing Enterprises (3 credit hours)

MGMT 7100 Corporate and Cooperative Strategy (3 credit hours)

MGMT 7110 Negotiations (3 credit hours)

MGMT 7120 Competition and Strategy (3 credit hours)

MGMT 7140 New Product Development in the Hospitality Industry (3 credit hours)

MGMT 7150 Environment, Society and Capitalism (3 credit hours) if not chosen above or

MGMT 7210 Management of Technology and Innovation (3 credit hours) if not chosen above

MGMT 7910 Independent Study: BioInnovation Commercialization (1-3 credit hours)

MGMT 7910 Independent Study: Conscious Capitalism (1-3 credit hours)

MGMT 7910 Independent Study: Entrepreneurship (1-3 credit hours)

MGMT 7910 Independent Study: Family Business (1-3 credit hours)

MGMT 7910 Independent Study: Social Entrepreneurship (1-3 credit hours)

MGMT 6240 New Venture Planning-Practice of Management IV (3credit hours) is an integral part of the entrepreneurship specialization and is a required course for all the full-time and PMBA students. Joint-degree students and non-MBA students must take this course, in addition to the 9 credit hours described above, to earn the entrepreneurship specialization.



Last Updated 2/18/14
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