Master of Science in Management in Entrepreneurial Leadership
The Master of Science in Management in Entrepreneurial Leadership (MSEL) is a nine-month, cohort-based program that prepares students to lead in the workplace and world with confidence, creativity, and a focus on social, economic, and environmental responsibility and sustainability.
The program consists of two, 14-week semesters during which students will take an integrated set of courses in marketing, economics, accounting, operations, management, finance, and strategy. To complement and support the coursework, students will participate in leadership activities and two experiential learning projects. View the curriculum graphic (pdf).
While we welcome candidates from all undergraduate backgrounds such as liberal arts, business, engineering and many others, MSEL candidates should have a demonstrated educational or practical foundation in financial accounting, finance, statistics, and economics.
Skill Building and Orientation
Prior to the official start of the program, students will receive the preparation needed to make an impact in the program.
Leading Entrepreneurial Action Project (LEAP)
This course will span the duration of the Master in Entrepreneurial Leadership program. Working as part of a team, you will define, design, and develop a business or initiative that solves a problem. All courses taken as part of the MSEL program are explicitly linked to the LEAP experience.
Individual Leadership Development Experience (ILDE)
This course will span the duration of the Master in Entrepreneurial Leadership program. You will participate in curricular programming that will focus on your development as an entrepreneurial leader. Comprised of skill-building sessions, seminars with Babson’s centers and institutes, and opportunities for reflection, this aspect of the program will provide support as you change and grow.
- Managerial Accounting
- Business Analytics
This experience takes place twice a year. You will share your passion and knowledge about new venture creation through Babson’s partnership with the Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship. You’ll have the opportunity to coach aspiring high school entrepreneurs in low income communities in fall and spring.
You will engage in a consulting project to address a real issue being experienced by a local company or organization. As part of your consulting work, you will present a strategic solution to the organization. This is an opportunity to gain experience and build your network in the Boston area.
MSEL students will take part in a required trip abroad for one week either over Winter or Spring Break. Past examples of global experiences at Babson have included electives abroad and global consulting projects.