Master of Business Administration in Global Entrepreneurship
The curriculum of the MBA in Global entrepreneurship is designed to combine knowledge of basic entrepreneurial concepts with practical applications in the international arena. Learning achievements are evaluated by employing a combination of subject assignments, examinations, an internship, and projects. Final achievement will be measured by the completion of a Comprehensive Examination administered by the School of Business.
The program consists of 42 credits, 30 credits of core courses and 12 credits in the area of specialization. An additional three preparatory courses might be required to provide the needed base-skills for those students who have not successfully completed the following undergraduate equivalencies: accounting, economics, and business statistics. Preparatory courses are offered in a one semester hour, self-paced, independent-study format.
Part-time students taking two courses per nine-week term can complete the program in as little as 18 months, if no preparatory courses are needed.
For more information contact Justin Peart, Director for the Institute, at JPeart@stu.edu