An MBA Entrepreneurship Concentration from Loyola University Chicago’s Graduate School of Business lays the groundwork for successful business ownership and operation. Experts predict that entrepreneurial opportunities will continue to grow in virtually every field of business. A solid knowledge of entrepreneurship principals and law, and their application will enable you to hit the ground running.
Loyola’s entrepreneurship courses provide complete hands-on training, often in partnership with local businesses. We offer a global perspective and a practical curriculum that prepares our students to exercise their sound judgment in recognizing lucrative entrepreneurial opportunities.
In addition to fundamental core courses in ethics, global perspective and leadership, entrepreneurship courses include topics on:
• Principles of Entrepreneurship
• Microenterprise Consulting
• Organizational Change
• Family Business
• Entrepreneurship Marketing
• Strategic Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
• Recognizing Entrepreneurial Opportunities
• Project Management
• Entrepreneurship Law
Entrepreneurship Boosts Business, Consulting, and Managerial Opportunities
An MBA Entrepreneurship Concentration is not just for those who want to start their own business. Loyola’s courses on microenterprise consulting, organizational change, strategic entrepreneurship, and innovation management open up exciting opportunities for consulting and business management as well.
A practical curriculum and strong focus on current issues (national and international) gives Loyola students a distinct edge in business or the work force.
Your MBA with a concentration in entrepreneurship offers several opportunities:
• Business Ownership
• Leading role in small and emerging businesses
• Business management positions in large companies
Tuition & Financial Aid
Financial Aid Offered: No
Classification: Doctoral/Research Universities - Extensive
Institution Sector: Private not-for-profit
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 10,000 - 19,999