This new concentration will provide enrolled participants exposure to both the fundamentals of business and the practical aspects of identifying, evaluating, and moving business ideas forward through the stages of new venture formation, financing, startup and growth in both for-profit and non-profit organizations.


You must take the foundation courses (up to seven foundation courses can be waived on the basis of past coursework and academic performance). Click here to see the foundation courses, and core courses.

To earn a specialization in entreprenuership, you must take:

GMAN 351: Strategic Entrepreneurship
GMAN 352: Social Entrepreneurship From a Global Prespective
GMAN 354: Financing New Ventures