MBA for entrepreneurship for 30 consecutive years
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The Blank School engages Babson community members and leads research to create entrepreneurial leaders.
Want to start a business? Transform your corporate team? Influence social change? Babson’s graduate business programs give ambitious achievers the increased self-awareness, expanded mindsets, and fundamental skills needed to step into your full potential and address the greatest challenges of business and society, whether in established organizations or new ventures.
MBA for entrepreneurship for 30 consecutive years
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Entrepreneur Magazine, The Princeton Review, 2023
MBA Globally for Career Progress
Financial Times, 2022
Seventy percent of Babson graduate school alumni see themselves as entrepreneurs and 46% of those who see themselves as entrepreneurs have never owned or operated a business. That’s because entrepreneurial leaders do more than just start businesses. They lead change from within large organizations. They make communities around the world better by tackling global social issues. They see problems as opportunities, and they know how to take action to solve them.
The world is in constant social, civic, and economic flux. And, Babson’s approach to entrepreneurial leadership is more essential than ever. Because where others see pure chaos, entrepreneurial leaders see creative potential. Regardless of your professional goals, the mindset you develop at Babson will shape the way we all work tomorrow.
Many stateside graduate schools center their curriculum on traditional business pursuits. But, at Babson, “business as usual” has no business here. Join a group of global and diverse leaders united in the belief that through entrepreneurial leadership, we can change the world, and the way it works.
Take the same courses from the same top-ranked faculty, no matter when or where you choose to study. Babson’s full-time and part-time programs both offer the same high-caliber degrees with formats designed to fit your lifestyle and goals. Find the program that’s best for you.
Fast-track your career growth. Babson’s full-time business programs, including the #1 ranked MBA for entrepreneurship and specialized master’s degrees, allow you to earn your degree in anywhere from nine to 21 months (depending on the program you choose). The accelerated format allows you to gain the entrepreneurial skills you need to remain competitive in the workplace and launch your career that much faster.See all full-time programs
Give yourself a competitive edge with two STEM-designated graduate degrees. Or, select one of two STEM-designated MBA concentrations. By 2024, the U.S. is projected to have more than 200,000 job openings in STEM management roles. STEM-designated degrees and concentrations allow international students to apply for a STEM optional practical training (OPT) extension for up to three years.See STEM Programs
Keeping your job and advancing your career aren’t mutually exclusive. Part-time programs at Babson are designed with your busy work schedule in mind. Whether you want to advance at your current organization or make a career change, our part-time programs will help you get there without sacrificing your career momentum. Plus, have the added advantage of seeing your investment pay off in real time as you bring real challenges to the classroom and turn around and test solutions in your workplace.See all part-time programs
With Babson’s part-time online MBA program, you don’t have to compromise quality for convenience. Your education at Babson will arm you with the #1 ranked MBA in entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial leadership skills needed to make an impact in business, in your community, and around the world, all without sacrificing your career momentum.Learn More
Whether you decide to earn your MBA part time or full time, you can focus your degree with any of seven concentrations, including two STEM-designated concentrations. Concentrations allow you to deepen your knowledge in a specific area and ensure your degree helps you meet your intended goals.
Learning at Babson extends far beyond the classroom. That’s because at Babson, we know experience is the best teacher. You’ll use the skills and knowledge you gain in the classroom to develop theories of your own and put them to the test.
From consulting for real companies, such as Fidelity or Puma, or pitching your business idea to investors for the chance to win $20,000 as part of the annual B.E.T.A. Challenge, you have opportunities to get real-world experience, allowing you to graduate with not only a degree, but a loaded resume and an expanded network of top entrepreneurs from around the world.
Varied perspectives, identities, backgrounds, and experiences are needed to successfully steer business into the future. And, while Babson brings together students from around the world, you’ll also have the opportunity to learn abroad.
Spend a semester abroad with partner institutes in Europe or Asia, take an elective abroad including seven to 10 days of in-country experience, or consult for an international company on a real business issue while learning from in-country experts about the local economy, culture, and more.
Equal parts mentors, friends, and teachers, Babson faculty make introductions within their professional networks and often serve as startup advisors for students and alumni.
Brigitte Muehlmann is a humanist at heart, an accountant by profession, and an enthusiastic entrepreneurial leader. She teaches accounting and global business courses, is a published researcher, and writes a column for a German-language CFO magazine.
Sinan Erzurumlu is the faculty director for full-time MBA programs. He teaches Innovation and Operations Management, is the faculty director of FutureLab on Mobility, and was named Most Favorite MBA Professor by Poets&Quants in 2021.
Vincent Onyemah is an professor of Sales and Marketing. He teaches and conducts research on professional selling, entrepreneurial selling, sales and revenue management, sales force development, and marketing management. Once a teenage entrepreneur, he has taught and conducted consulting projects in over 25 countries and is co-author of the first book on Entrepreneurial Selling.
Luke Stein teaches finance courses and researches corporate finance and labor economics, including financial history, entrepreneurial finance, financial uncertainty, and the economics of discrimination. He was selected by graduate students for the Thomas Kennedy Award for Teaching Excellence in 2022.
Alia Crocker is an associate professor of strategy and serves as Faculty Advisor for the signature MBA Babson Consulting Experience. She draws from her management consulting background, with an emphasis on healthcare, and publishes as well as presents research on strategic human capital, social networks, multilevel theory, microfoundations of strategy, and behavioral theory.
Nathan Karst has a background in electrical and computer engineering as well as applied mathematics. He teaches Business Analytics and technical courses such as Data Storytelling, and Machine Learning.
When you earn your business master’s degree at Babson, you join a group of peers whose stories might be different, but whose goals—and the drive to make them a reality—resemble your own. Learning from individuals with unique backgrounds and perspectives inspire new ways of working and making an impact locally and globally.
Plus, you don’t have to wait until graduation to tap into the network of more than 44,000 entrepreneurial leaders. Babson graduates are breaking down economic and social barriers across 128 countries and serve as valuable connections to you throughout your time at Babson and beyond.
While 75% of respondents’ first career activity was working in a corporate setting, or for someone other than themselves, that percentage shifts as Babson alumni move forward in their careers. Many alumni eventually start new ventures, shift to franchise ownership, and launch non-profit organizations later in their careers.
Here are just some of the businesses alumni founded, as well as ones graduates work within after graduation.
Initially I sought Babson because of its highly regarded reputation in entrepreneurship. What sold me was the community. I came for a visit, sat in on a class, had lunch with professors and students, and immediately realized that they were the kindest, most diverse group of people and personalities I had ever been around. I wanted to experience more of that and get a phenomenal education on top of it.
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