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Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises

Consistently ranked as one of the top entrepreneurship programs in the nation, our Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises (EEE) department helps you discover your innate entrepreneurial potential, giving you a set of tools and perspective to capitalize on that potential and help launch your career.

Syracuse University is one of the few schools in the nation with a formal academic department devoted to entrepreneurship, and the major components are housed right here at Whitman. In collaboration with the Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship, our EEE department combines a highly unique set of entrepreneurship courses with a number of extracurricular activities and experiential opportunities to give you the total entrepreneurship experience.

Degree Programs

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Our Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises oversees an undergraduate major and MBA concentration, as well as a master's program in entrepreneurship and a PhD field of focus.

For Students

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Outside the classroom, through the Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship, students engage in an innovative mix of outreach programs. Explore ways you can get involved.

Research

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Many of the Whitman School's leading-edge faculty play prominent roles in shaping perspectives on relevant professional issues.

Faculty & PhD Directory

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Our professors bring expert insight, providing practical experience and instruction in the classroom.