Build critical skills to develop, plan, launch, and sustain new, innovative ventures with an M.B.A. concentrating on Entrepreneurship.
The MBA with a concentration in Entrepreneurship builds the critical business and entrepreneurial skills needed to develop, plan, launch, and sustain new innovative ventures. This concentration also appeals to professionals who wish to incorporate innovation and vision into existing companies or to engage in social entrepreneurship. Our courses are designed to awaken the entrepreneurial spirit through dynamic experiential learning classes where students collaborate with area startups, receive early-stage proof-of-concept, and launch their ventures in our state-of-the-art incubation lab. Through a stimulating curriculum and transformational experiential learning opportunities, this concentration will equip you with the skills and savvy to plan, launch and sustain your own business; obtain valuable insights from seasoned and successful entrepreneurs; develop a global perspective through our global destination opportunities and our GLOBE program.
Applicants to The Tobin College of Business Graduate programs will automatically be considered for GMAT/GRE waivers. Applications with a GPA below 3.25 may be strengthened by submitting a GMAT/GRE score.
All applicants must possess a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution or the international equivalent prior to enrollment at the graduate level. In addition to the application form and non-refundable application fee candidates should submit the following:
For additional information, please contact:Office of Graduate Admission
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
The MBA curriculum is designed to allow for innovative approaches to in-class learning and expands on the development of a real-world skill-set that students can apply immediately to their emerging careers.
Maximum Courses & Credits: 12 Courses, 36 Credits (57 credits for the MBA in Accounting program)
Estimated Time to Complete: 3 Years for part-time; 3 semesters for full-time
All students must have, as a minimum academic credential, the equivalent of a United States bachelor's degree and demonstrated competency in pre-calculus mathematics and basic computer use. Students are evaluated based on their undergraduate academic performance, score on the GMAT, professional accomplishments, letters of recommendation, statements of professional goals, and other materials that the candidate may wish to share with the Admissions Committee.
For additional information on the Master of Business Administration, please contact the faculty program director:
PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE
[email protected] 718-990-7359
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The minor in entrepreneurship and small business management provides an introduction to the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to create new ventures, maintain family businesses, grow existing businesses, or pursue successful careers in innovation-related roles within established organizations.
Developing and having an entrepreneurial spirit means to be a creative and independent problem solver. Choosing the minor in entrepreneurship will allow you to put your most creative foot forward in all that you do.
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