MBA Entrepreneurship Program
The MBA Entrepreneurship program is designed to prepare current and prospective business leaders with the competencies and skills needed to aptly identify and assess problems and create viable and sustainable business opportunities within an entrepreneurial environment. The coursework fosters an entrepreneurial spirit while developing and refining the qualitative leadership and quantitative skills necessary to apply sound business practices to emerging opportunities in the business environment.
MBA Entrepreneurship Degree Requirements
Walsh University's MBA degree can be completed in 36 semester hours of coursework for a student who demonstrates all required competencies upon entry. All MBA degrees include foundation and common body of knowledge (MBA Core) classes. The remaining credit hours are fulfilled with entrepreneurship concentrated courses. Full course descriptions are available in the online Academic Catalog.
Six (6) core courses:
MBA 621 Sustainable Ethical Leadership 3 credit hrs.
MBA 622 Organization Behavior and Communication 3 credit hrs.
MBA 623 Financial Accounting & Management 3 credit hrs.
MBA 624 Marketing 3 credit hrs.
MBA 625 Information Systems 3 credit hrs.
MBA 626 Applied Organizational Research & Analysis 3 credit hrs.
Total Core Requirement Credit Hours: 18 credit hrs.
Following successful completion of the MBA Core courses, students in the Entrepreneurship specialty may enroll in the following specialty courses. These provide an in-depth study in this particular area of interest.
Four (4) specialty courses:
MBA 681 Global Business Conditions 3 credit hrs.
MBA 682 Managerial Accounting 3 credit hrs.
MBA 743 Social Media Marketing 3 credit hrs.
MBA 761 Entrepreneurship & Innovation 3 credit hrs.
Total Specialty Requirement Credit Hours: 12 credit hrs.
One (1) elective course from this selection:
MBA 683 Non-Profit Accounting 3 credit hrs.
MBA 702 Quality & Performance Management 3 credit hrs.
MBA 742 Integrated Marketing Communications 3 credit hrs.
Total Elective Requirement Credit Hours: 3 credit hrs.
The final course for completion in this program, the capstone, builds on and encompasses all previous coursework.
One (1) capstone course:
MBA 779 Entrepreneurship (Capstone) 3 credit hrs.
Total Capstone Requirement Credit Hours: 3 credit hrs.
For more information, please contact:
Graduate Admissions Counselor