Graduate Programs

Overview

Entrepreneurship is often defined as “pursuing opportunities regardless of the resources one controls.” The UCF Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership in the College of Business Administration has created entrepreneurship programs to suit undergraduate students in all academic disciplines. Take a look at our curriculum offerings to see which ones best suit your needs and interests.

Below outlines the Graduate-level Entrepreneurship Certificate with its required courses. Anticipate the Master’s of Science in Entrepreneurship, coming in the Fall of 2019.

Entrepreneurship Certificate

ENT 5016 – New Venture Design

Applies contemporary methodologies to guide the creation, validation, and ongoing development of new business models for startup businesses and other new ventures. Fall

ENT 5206 – New Venture Implementation

Explains how to execute a well-researched business model by implementing required and strategic actions necessary to launch a new venture.  Spring

ENT 6617 – Innovation and Entrepreneurship Strategy

An in-depth examination of strategies that promote the diffusion of innovations and the success of innovation-driven business and social ventures. Fall, Summer

ENT 5185 – Technological Entrepreneurship

Graduate standing. Examines how technology and innovation processes affect social and organizational change and the distinct challenges associated with launching, managing, and growing technology-based business ventures. Spring

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Master's of Science in Entrepreneurship.

The program’s design emphasizes essential startup processes, experiential learning and personalized coaching that supports students’ efforts to develop their own startup proposals while earning a valuable graduate business degree.

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