Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

Entrepreneurship

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.

Elective Courses

Choose three of the following courses in order to obtain an entrepreneurship concentration.

Courses (3)
MGMT 435: Microenterprise Consulting
MGMT 472/HRER 431: Organizational Change
MGMT 480: Recognizing Entrepreneurial Opportunities*
MGMT 481: Entrepreneurship
MGMT 482: Entrepreneurial Marketing
MGMT 483: Strategic Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
MGMT 485: Social Enterprise
ISSCM 484: Project Management
LREB 445: Entrepreneurship Law

* Required