The Master in Innovation & Entrepreneurship is the study of the main components of innovation and the creation of business start-ups. It provides an in depth insight into being an entrepreneur and how to effectively cultivate the proper conditions for a successful outcome. The main focus is on executive skills as well as creative thinking to successfully deal with challenges and find solutions as you develop business models. Some classes included in this program include: Boosting Creativity, Strategic Management and Innovation and Entrepreneurship Strategy. Potential careers paths include: Innovation Management, New Product Development and New Venture Creation (Entrepreneurship).
The Bachelor of Business Administration- Global Entrepreneurship is similar to the Bachelor of Business Administration, but with a focus on applying skills to a culturally-diverse economy. This program helps students learn the essentials of business planning, financial management, innovation and more. Students learn how to develop entrepreneurship skills, engineer strategic marketing plans, and navigate local and global economic systems. Graduates can expect to be equipped for careers as owners, consultants and start-ups.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Global Entrepreneurship at UIBS is an undergraduate program that provides students with the foundations of being a business leader through ownership. Students study global economics, innovation, leadership and how to lead a business. Students in this program can apply their studies to immediately improve their prospects in the workforce. Recipients typically utilize their certificate to further their abilities as business leaders, or to expand their academic credentials.
The Business Management & Enterprise program is designed to teach students how to become entrepreneurs. Students will develop key skills including project planning, launching and venture management to be able to develop their own business ideas or run departments in larger companies. Some courses included are: Innovation & Knowledge Transfer, Developing Entrepreneurial Networks and Sustainable Development & International Business Law. Graduates can pursue work as entrepreneurs, in startups, their family business, Business consultancy and Management analysis.
The MBA in Entrepreneurship prepares students for the challenge of creating and expanding a business in today’s fast changing world. The MBA is designed to help students develop a new venture and give them the leadership and business skills to succeed. Graduates will become experts in new product and service development as well as small business management. Some courses included are: New Product Development, Innovation & Leadership and Technology & Change Management. Aside from starting their own ventures graduates can pursue work in Information technology, B2B/B2C sales, Venture capital and Consultancy.
Saint Louis University-Madrid's undergraduate major in entrepreneurship brings together the classroom and the real world. Students have access to world-class resources hosted at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, including Chaifetz Centre for Entrepreneurship and the Billiken Angels Network, which sometimes fund student start-ups.
The SLU Entrepreneurs' Club is an organization run by students that connects them to entrepreneurship opportunities outside their classrooms.
The entrepreneurship major requires you take 18 credits on top of MGT 2000: Legal Environment of Business, MGT 3000: Management Theory and Practice and MGT 4000: Strategic Management and Policy, all of which are part of the core curriculum at Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business.
Suffolk University’s entrepreneurship major is for students who are creative, passionate and driven and want to have an impact on the business world. Joining the entrepreneurship program means students will be joining a community of successful visionaries who will help them bring their ideas to life. Students can follow two paths, corporate entrepreneurship or launching new ventures.
The curriculum for corporate entrepreneurship takes students on a real journey through idea creation, viability, business planning and strategic consulting with small firms. The other option is the launch sequence, where students work with faculty staff to create a brand-new venture. The entrepreneurship program is very flexible and it allows students to move between both paths throughout their academic career.
Concentrations include: Corporate Entrepreneurship, Design Entrepreneurship, Family Entrepreneurship, Launching a New Venture and Social Entrepreneurship.