The Master of Business Administration in Entrepreneurial Leadership is a 33 credit hour graduate program designed to integrate business theory and application. The curriculum provides students with the opportunity to expand their understanding of that knowledge in theoretical thinking and current research in the field of business then demonstrate an understanding of that knowledge through the development of business enterprises based on a careful, extensive review of the literature of the discipline. Students using this method become intimately aware of the skills necessary to lead and manage a business. Typical classroom activities will include lecture, group and individual activities, development of a business plan, student presentations, and discussions of the course-related materials and related experiences. Instruction will be delivered using face-to-face interaction. Courses will be enhanced using web-based tools and incorporate hands-on training as students develop their own business plan. The curriculum is designed for a cohort of students to begin each fall semester and progress through the sixteen month program.
Dr. Scott Ray
Dean Fred Hale School of Business
MBA in Entrepreneurial Leadership Program Director