The first 12 months of your lifetime of transformation. The online Master’s in Entrepreneurship is born of Eller’s top-ranked entrepreneurship graduate program and the acclaimed McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship. You’ll spend a year building the foundational knowledge you’ll need to innovate—and building your experience through hands-on projects, competitions and mentorships. You’ll emerge ready to transform any organization you work in, whether it’s an early-stage startup or an established global corporation or anything in between.
The Eller College of Management at The University of Arizona is internationally recognized for pioneering research, innovative curriculum, distinguished faculty, excellence in entrepreneurship, and social responsibility.
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Upon applying to the online Master of Science in Entrepreneurship program, our admissions team will review all applications using a holistic and comprehensive approach. The application requirements are as follows:
To be admitted to the Master's in Entrepreneurship program, students must have taken the following prerequisites (or take them as prerequisites prior to starting the program):
A waiver for the ECON and ACCT prerequisite courses may be available on a case-by-case basis.
No GRE/GMAT required
International applicants may be considered for conditional admission to this program at the department's discretion.
Over the course of this 12-month program, you’ll explore core subjects relevant to entrepreneurship today. You’ll master the principles of tech ventures, learn about new venture finance and explore industry analysis.
Then, you’ll choose electives that grow your expertise and skills in the concentration of your choice. Each elective anticipates a critical need in our tech-forward, globally connected business world. You can master Information Security in Public and Private Sectors, Leading and Organizing for Innovation, Healthcare Entrepreneurship or even Persuasion in Entrepreneurial Contexts.
Students will complete a total of 18 units of core coursework and 12 units of electives.
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