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The MS in Entrepreneurship focuses on skills and experience specific to the creation and development of a business, while the MBA is a general management degree with courses across several disciplines. Our MS in Entrepreneurship requires an experiential component during your last one or two quarters: an internship with a start-up or funding organization, or an opportunity to commercialize your business idea with mentors from the business community.
Like many of our SCU alumni, you may start your own company. (To see some examples, visit our Alumni page.) The MSE curriculum is ideal for someone looking to become a partner in a start-up or early stage company or perhaps manage an incubator.
The admission requirements are similar to other graduate business degree programs at Santa Clara: an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university, college calculus, acceptable GRE or GMAT scores and an appropriate GPA indicating ability to handle graduate-level coursework , application essays, and professional recommendations. There is no professional work experience required, so new college graduates are welcome to apply. For more detail on Admissions, visit the Requirements page »
Units in the MSE program are $1,015 per unit ($51,765 for 51 units), and generous financial aid packages are available.
Your program begins in July 8 with an entrepreneur's bootcamp, covering the business basics from an entrepreneur's perspective. Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters you'll finish required and elective courses designed to prepare you for your hands-on learning experience during the spring or summer session in 2014.