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Entrepreneurship (ENT) Concentration 

Entrepreneurship education is becoming increasingly important given the current global economic climate. The Entrepreneurship concentration allows students to draw from a variety of carefully selected courses to become a business generalist, well versed in organizing and managing resources. The Simon School has a legacy of educating entrepreneurs. Graduates with this concentration have started their own ventures or have pursued “intrapreneurial” careers with major corporations. Students often combine this concentration with finance or marketing to further enhance their educational base. This is especially true for those pursuing investment banking/M&A where the entrepreneurship knowledge can be very useful.

(5 courses)

Required core courses:

  • ENT 422. Generating and Screening Entrepreneurial Ideas (GBS 422)
  • ENT 444. Entrepreneurial Finance (FIN 444)

Plus one of:

  • ENT 423. New Venture Development and Managing for Long Term Success (GBA 423)

or

  • ENT 425. Technical Entrepreneurship

Plus two courses selected from this list:

  • ACC 411. Financial Statement Analysis
  • ENT 424. Projects in Entrepreneurship
  • ENT 426. Technology Transfer and Commercialization
  • ENT 427. Practicum in Technology Transfer and Commercialization
  • ENT 431. Legal and Tax Considerations of New Ventures
  • ENT 432. Basic Business Law
  • ENT 435. Negotiation Theory and Practice: Bargaining for Value (GBA 435)
  • FIN 422. Special Topics in Finance—Real Estate
  • FIN 433. Cases in Finance
  • MKT 412. Marketing Research
  • MKT 414. Pricing Policies (STR 423)
  • OMG 461. Strategy and Business Systems Consulting Practicum
  • STR 421. Economics of Competitive Strategy

 

 
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