The Entrepreneurship M.B.A. is focused on students who want to start their own business or who are interested in corporate entrepreneurship. The coursework provides the opportunity to combine personal fulfillment at creating a business with the professional fulfillment of growing it successfully.
Note: This concentration is based on a cohort model and is done in partnership with the Oxford Center for Entrepreneurs. Therefore it is not open to all students.
M.B.A. Prerequisite Sequence
There are two options to satisfying the Prerequisite Sequence. Option 1 are two graduate courses that can be taken at Brenau. Option 2 are a series of undergraduate courses which could have been taken at Brenau, or transferred in as appropriate undergraduate classes from a regionally accredited university. For either option, the class must be taken within the last 5 years with a minimum grade of B. Students may use option 1 for one course and option 2 for the other.
To enhance their success in the program, students are required to take the following introduction sequence. All MBA students must pass all introduction sequence courses before moving into the core or global sequence.
The M.B.A. curriculum focuses on the key management, economics, financial, marketing, accounting and leadership principles needed in an advanced program of study in business. Students taking core classes can expect a strong emphasis of theoretical methods combined with pragmatic techniques.