New specialization combines elements of behavioral science with traditional business coursework

South Carolina's Clemson University has announced a new MBA concentration in entrepreneurship and innovation.

The new concentration, which launches this June, will help students "build the tangible and practical skills necessary to launch a venture while developing a business plan, securing seed capital and obtaining legal incorporation for identified concepts," according to Clemson's website.

Students will begin the program with a business idea, and develop it during the program. They'll have opportunities to pitch their ideas to investors to generate seed funding for their new start-ups.

For more information, please visit Clemson's website.

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