The student learning goals for Babson’s Master in Entrepreneurial Leadership program are consistent with the College mission to educate entrepreneurial leaders who create great economic and social value everywhere.
Babson regularly assesses these learning goals as part of its commitment to continuous program improvement. Babson MSEL graduates are competent in the following:
Entrepreneurial Thinking and Acting
Babson MSEL graduates create, identify, assess, shape, and act on opportunities in a variety of contexts and organizations.
Social, Environmental, and Economic Responsibility
Babson MSEL graduates make decisions based on an awareness of relevant stakeholders, ethical considerations, and an attempt to create and sustain social, environmental, and economic value.
Self and Contextual Awareness
Babson MSEL graduates understand their sense of purpose, identity, and context, and use this understanding to inform their decisions.
Managing in a Global Environment
Babson MSEL graduates incorporate cultural context and complexities when managing in a global environment.
Leadership and Teamwork
Babson MSEL graduates exercise appropriate leadership, value diverse perspectives and skills, and work collaboratively to accomplish organizational goals in a changing environment.
Innovative Problem Solving
Babson MSEL graduates develop creative solutions to challenging problems, and generate economic and socially valuable outcomes.