MBA Innovation & Entrepreneurship
A concentration in entrepreneurship, available to any business major, provides students with a mindset and professional training to identify new business opportunities and the ability to implement them. You learn how to determine an idea’s feasibility, define an implementable business model, and command the resources to turn a plan into a successful enterprise.
The minor in entrepreneurship allows undergraduate students in any discipline (except business) to learn the skills to be a creative, independent problem solver through an interdisciplinary framework of exploration and self-discovery. An entrepreneurship minor will strengthen your education in many ways by enhancing your knowledge to envision, develop, test, and build a for-profit or nonprofit venture working within an interdisciplinary framework of exploration and self-discovery.
The Oregon MBA's innovation and entrepreneurship specialization provides opportunities for real-world experiences to its students by shepherding and supporting them through the entrepreneurial process. Developed through hands-on experience, the entrepreneurial skillset allows students to see things differently and uncover new ideas, the courage to take risks and defend those ideas, and the drive to see them through.