Consistently ranked among the nation’s best both for undergraduate and graduate programs, entrepreneurship and emerging enterprises (EEE) is a flagship program of the Whitman School. The graduate program was ranked #17 in the 2016 U.S. News & World Report listing.
Successful entrepreneurship requires perseverance to stay on course and the right combination of creativity, passion, instinct, and knowledge. Our 30-credit MS in entrepreneurship & emerging enterprises (EEE) program provides immersion in a rigorous curriculum and relevant practical experience to give you the preparation and confidence to navigate your own path to entrepreneurial success. Our program is designed for students with a passion for entrepreneurship in any industry or type of business. Our specialized career tracks, combined with access to resources and mentorship through our Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship and its Couri Hatchery Student Business Incubator, help you develop the tools and mindset to turn your dreams into reality.
Business Foundation (15 credit hours)
- Foundations of Entrepreneurship (3)
- Creating Customer Value (1.5)
- Understanding Financial Statements (1.5)
- Accounting for Managerial Decisions (1.5)
- Opportunity Recognition and Ideation (1.5)
- Competitive Strategy (1.5)
- Financial Markets & Institutions (1.5)
- Fundamentals of Financial Management (1.5)
- Behavior in Organizations (1.5)
Entrepreneurial Core (12 credit hours)
Students select from a wide array of elective courses that focus on different aspects of entrepreneurship to best prepare for their chosen careers.
Entrepreneurship Field Experience (3 credit hours)
Credits for real-world entrepreneurial experience
The estimated total cost for attending our MS in Entrepreneurship & Emerging Enterprises program for the 2018-2019 academic year is detailed in the chart below. This chart is based on a student taking 18 credits in year one and 12 credits in year two. Your actual costs will vary based on the number of credits you take each semester and how many semesters you take to complete the program. You must take at least 9 credits for each of your first three semesters to maintain a full-time graduate student status.
The amount of your tuition bill each semester will vary according to the number of credit hours for which you register. The basic graduate tuition rate for the 2018-2019 academic year is US$1,559 per credit hour.
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