MS in Management in Entrepreneurial Leadership
The F. W. Olin Graduate School of Business will welcome the inaugural class for the Master of Science in Management in Entrepreneurial Leadership in September 2014.
This master’s program will prepare the next generation of leaders to be empowered with confidence, creativity, and a seamless combination of foundational business knowledge and entrepreneurial leadership skills, enhanced by experiential learning. The nine-month program, open to both business and nonbusiness majors, will focus its curricular and cocurricular experience in four major ways:
CREATE A SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS, INITIATIVE, OR SOCIAL VENTURE
CONSULT FOR A GLOBAL FIRM AND PRESENT YOUR TEAM'S STRATEGY IN PERSON TO THE ORGANIZATION
RECOGNIZE, UNDERSTAND, AND ADVANCE YOUR PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AS AN ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADER
During two, 14-week semesters, courses are fully integrated with the Create, Teach, Consult, Reflect projects, and will provide a solid background in all core business disciplines
Running through the thread of every course and learning experience will be Babson’s proprietary philosophy of Entrepreneurial Thought and Action®. While other business schools teach entrepreneurship in a silo, you will learn how to engage in all business areas across disciplines with an entrepreneurial mindset.
Learn more about tuition, financing options, and scholarships.
- Two, 14-week semesters
- Courses in marketing, economics, accounting, operations, management, finance, and strategy
- Experiential learning activities take place during the two breaks in the academic year (January and March) where students will see firsthand the impact of knowledge and skills both with individuals as well as organizations
Learn more about the MSM program curriculum.
Ways to Learn More
- Come to an event at your school to learn more about the MSM program and meet with an admissions recruiter.
- Start a conversation or participate in an upcoming webinar.