The MBA with an entrepreneurship concentration lays the groundwork for your future as a successful business owner. Experts predict that entrepreneurial opportunities will continue to grow in virtually every field of business. A solid knowledge of entrepreneurship principals, laws, and applications will enable you to hit the ground running.
Loyola's entrepreneurship courses provide you with complete hands-on training, often in partnership with local businesses. We offer a global perspective and a practical curriculum that prepares you to exercise sound judgment in recognizing lucrative entrepreneurial opportunities.
Choose three of the following courses in order to obtain an entrepreneurship concentration.
|MGMT 481: Entrepreneurship*||3|
|MGMT 435: Microenterprise Consulting||3|
|MGMT 472/HRER 431: Organizational Change||3|
|MGMT 477: Family Business||3|
|MGMT 482: Entrepreneurial Marketing||3|
|MGMT 483: Strategic Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management||3|
|MGMT 484: Recognizing Entrepreneurial Opportunities||3|
|ISSCM 484: Project Management||3|
|LREB 445: Entrepreneurship Law||3|