Training in the Classroom and Real Business Environments
The Price Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation provides a set of integrative academic and extracurricular experiences designed to develop an entrepreneurial competence in MBA students. Our academic program departs from traditional business studies by emphasizing social innovation and producing managers who know how to marshal resources for new wealth creations.
Students in entrepreneurship might elect to take courses in marketing and finance and complete a field study project with an entrepreneurial flavor. Beyond the core requirements of 10 courses (including the two-course field study sequence), the sample plan shows the student taking four advanced marketing courses, four advanced finance courses and four electives with entrepreneurial content, plus an economics course and the negotiation course. Total courses required for graduation is 24, although entrepreneurial students are encouraged to take as many as 28.