University of Kentucky to Launch an MBA Concentration in Entrepreneurship

New MBA concentration to launch this fall

The University of Kentucky's Gatton College of Business and Economics has announced plans to launch an MBA concentration in Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation.

The concentration will include four elective classes: Entrepreneurship & New Venture Creation, New Venture Finance, Intellectual Property & Commercialization and Entrepreneurship and a Capstone course.

Students who pursue this new MBA concentration will be able to identify new business opportunities; and they'll have hands-on experience developing a business concept and a business plan. 

The new concentration will launch this fall. In addition, the Gatton College also offers Professional MBA concentrations in Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, Project Management, and Global Commerce and Strategy.

The University of Kentucky's Gatton College of Business and Economics is accredited by AACSB International.

For more information, please see the news release announcing the Gatton College's new MBA concentration in Entrepreneurship and New Venture Creation.

 


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