Focus Your MBA in Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship is about vision, risk, and passion. It’s the spirit that permeates the entire school. The entire WashU 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: Keith Wigington
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.”