Focus Your MBA in Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship is about vision, risk, and passion. It’s the spirit that permeates the entire school. The entire Wash U campus. Which makes it the ideal place to launch an entrepreneurial career. The ideal place to get the confidence, contacts, and know-how to start your own venture or take on a leadership role in a startup.
You’ll be prepared to work in both commercial and social ventures. In small-businesses, family businesses, nonprofit management, or consulting. Your skills even scale to corporations, as well as venture capital or private equity firms.
Concentrations within the MBA finance platform include:
- Commercial Entrepreneurship
- Social Entrepreneurship
Download the Entrepreneurship Platform PDF for foundation and concentration course requirements.
Platform Director: Clifford Holekamp, Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship
WCC Career Advisor: Mark Brostoff
MBA Programs Liaison: Jacqueline Carter
Club/Organization: Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Association (EVCA)
Credit Requirements: 20 or 21.5 credits (9.5 foundation credits, 9 concentration credits, and at least one experiential learning component for an additional 1.5 or 3 credits)
“I wanted to break out of my given career trajectory. Venture capital was what I was passionate about.”