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MS in Entrepreneurship & Emerging Enterprises

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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.

 

Curriculum

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See a sample curriculum for students participating in our MS Entrepreneurship program.

Admissions

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See admissions requirements, and other helpful enrollment information, including a checklist and a link to our online application.

Program Costs

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See the estimated total costs of tuition, books, fees and living expenses for the academic year.

Financial Aid

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Review payment options, loan programs, and employer sponsorship.