MBA with an Entrepreneurship Concentration

Javan Mesnard, Keller Alumnus

“Keller's faculty go beyond a book, beyond theory, to expand your horizons in the real world.”

- Javan Mesnard, Keller Alumnus

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    MBA in Entrepreneurship

    If you're interested in starting a small business, sustaining a new venture, or developing skills highly valued by corporations, then earning an MBA in Entrepreneurship from Keller can help you realize your goals. Designed to emphasize your abilities and objectives, our Entrepreneurship MBA offers you the chance to learn about one of today's most exciting professional opportunities.

    Our MBA in Entrepreneurship focuses on the new venture lifecycle, from the initial conceptualization of a business idea to its realistic planning, funding and execution. In addition, you'll gain an understanding of successful marketing and exit strategies. Integrating fundamental theory and practical application, our entrepreneurship degree program can provide the skills you need to grow a competitive and enduring enterprise in the current business environment.

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    Program Availability

    Learn on campus, online or a mix of both
    At Keller, we've integrated on campus and online learning so you can attend any of our 90+ campus locations, take your graduate classes online or do a combination of both.

GET QUICK ANSWERS TO TOP QUESTIONS

Do certain programs require more credit hours than others?

Yes, credit hour requirements do vary among degree programs because the course requirements vary among degree programs. Visit the graduate degree program page and click on the degree program that you're interested in to see specific coursework requirements.

What's a concentration?

Some master's degree programs at Keller (including our MBA degree program) allow you to further focus your degree by taking elective courses in a specific subject area, often applicable to one or several career fields. This area is called a "concentration."

What's the difference between a Master of Business Administration (MBA), a Specialized Master's Degree and a Graduate Certificate?

These offerings are all graduate-level areas of study, but the main differences are the coursework and required number of credits that you'll need to take. Depending on your career interests and goals, one area of study may be best for you. To find out more about our offerings, contact a member of our team.

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