Graduate students who are interested in owning and operating their own business, raising capital for start-ups, or marketing and managing innovation might find that earning a Hybrid Masters in Entrepreneurship or MBA with an Entrepreneurship concentration may help them with the tools to succeed and thrive.
If you are a busy professional or just prefer a flexible, low residency type of program, you might look into a hybrid masters in Entrepreneurship. These combine online with on campus courses, so you not only get the convenience of distance-learning, but also the ability to network with peers and professors. Finding a program is easy if you use the search tools on GradSchools.com; use the location tabs to generate results in a particular city, state, or country. You might find general MBA in Entrepreneurship or MS in Entrepreneurship options, as well as programs that specialize in one aspect or type of small business such as Management of Aging Services.
To compare programs, open several in different tabs. If you need more information about the curriculum, tuition, financial aid, faculty and teaching styles, you can use the “request info” tabs on the bottom of the screen.