Whether you plan to launch or consult with startups, invest in new ventures, or apply entrepreneurship and innovation frameworks to your future career in any industry, Chicago Booth’s MBA concentration in entrepreneurship provides the tools and experience to lead with confidence.
Booth’s innovative entrepreneurship curriculum is taught by world-class faculty who are leading researchers and seasoned practitioners. Our interdisciplinary approach combines classroom courses in the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and business with exciting experiential programs and competition courses. Students consult with real-world companies, develop business ideas in experiential lab classes, and apply classroom learning to competitions and internships within the entrepreneurial community.
By competing in the Edward L. Kaplan, ’71, New Venture Challenge (NVC), one of the nation’s top-ranked accelerator programs, you can gain first-hand experience as an entrepreneur. Be part of a team that identifies a marketplace problem, offers a potential solution to that problem, and turns that idea into
This semester marks the start of my sixth year as the dean of the College of Business at New Mexico State University. It has been a privilege to lead this college and advance its mission to transform lives by providing highly respected programs, instruction and scholarly activities that drive economic, social, educational and community development for New Mexico’s diverse population. Student success remains at the core of our mission. One of my top priorities since joining the College of Business in 2014 has been to improve the social mobility of students who pursue degrees in our college. To achieve this and further our mission of transforming the lives of our students, we have implemented several initiatives that engage in our primary areas of interest: recruiting, retaining, educating, graduating and placing our current and future students.
Part of ensuring student success means engaging with students before they enter college. For the
Inside Bauer is produced for the C. T. Bauer College of Business by the Office of Communications within the Office of the Dean. Distributed twice a year, the magazine highlights student success, faculty research and innovation, programs, alumni and donors and more.
“I entered the Business Intelligence (BI) certificate program at Emory Continuing Education with no prior experience as a data analyst. At that time, I was gearing up to make a major career transition back into corporate, following 10 years in entrepreneurship. Within 30 days of [program] completion, I landed a position as a BI Analyst/Tableau Developer (I had no Tableau experience prior to the program). I firmly believe that the skills I acquired through the program and Emory’s strong reputation within the data community played a significant role in my successful transition — but you must also network within the various industry professional groups and associations to make it all happen.”
“I just wanted to update you — I was previously in the Business Intelligence certificate program. I recently accepted an offer as a Logistics Analyst with a Fortune 500 company and a 40% increase in compensation. The knowledge I
At the GW School of Business, you’re more than a student — you’re part of a thriving community of
Earn a graduate certificate now, and return later to fold it into a Master’s degree. Combine certificates and courses to create a program that’s tailored to your vision. Whatever your path may be, when it comes time to enhance your skill set — or retain your competitive edge — we have a program designed to fit every stage of your career.
As of March 23, all GW School of Business courses will be taught online for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester in response to the spread of COVID-19. Learn more about our continuity plan to help students transition successfully to online learning.
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Thirteen specialized Master’s degrees. Five MBA formats. Twenty-four graduate and professional certificates.
Whether you choose to study on campus or online, we
Entrepreneurship is about creating value through identifying opportunities and subsequently gathering and managing resources to exploit these opportunities. Students in the Entrepreneurship major are exposed to this process in contexts such as new venture startup, social initiatives, small business management and family business. Students will encounter questions including: What is creativity and how does it relate to entrepreneurship? What is opportunity and how do businesses start in response to perceived opportunities? How does family involvement impact the business and family?
B.Comm. (Hons.) Bachelor of Commerce Honours – 4 years B.Comm. (Hons.) Bachelor of Commerce Honours (Co-operative Education Option) – 4.33 years
Interesting courses and unique opportunities
New Venture Analysis
Family Business Management
Selected Topics in Small Business/Entrepreneurship
Small Business Management
Profiles in Entrepreneurial Leadership: The I.D.E.A Award Recipients Entrepreneurial Creativity Small Business Finance Social Entrepreneurship
University of Toronto entrepreneurs have created more than 500 companies, securing more than $1.5 billion in investment over the past decade. Our research strengths in areas such as health sciences, AI and information technology converge to launch game-changing startups that transform lives in Canada and around the world.
No matter what type of entrepreneur you are, U of T can help bring your ideas to life. Startups will find the perfect fit within our growing ecosystem of entrepreneurship programs (incubators/accelerators), courses, clubs, meetups and speaker series.
With expertise across diverse faculties, departments and campuses, U of T’s programs can be tailored to meet the needs of all different kinds of entrepreneurs, from beginners in business to world-class researchers, social innovators and more.
U of T Entrepreneurship is located in the ONRamp co-working space in the Banting Institute.
The business intelligence (BI) program is designed to provide students with a solid foundation in technology and decision-making tools that will contribute to their ability to collect, interpret and use information. This program integrates technological concepts into a business framework, providing students with an advanced business education in the fields of technology and decision science.
Students enrolled in this master’s program are required to follow courses in a pre-determined sequence.
WHAT WILL I LEARN IN THIS ONLINE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE DEGREE PROGRAM?
The BI degree program teaches students how to collect data and transform it into useful, business- enhancing information. Upon completing the program, you’ll be able to identify and forecast business trends, build business models based on those trends, evaluate organizational performance and much more.
The program’s 36-credit hour curriculum consists of a variety of courses within business, management and information systems. The program culminates
To facilitate and enhance innovative and effective business decisions and the
attainment, utilization, and allocation of financial resources for academic,
administrative, and research units by providing relevant and responsive
financial and administrative services. Through our management practices we
strive to create a working environment that enables us to use our skills and
talents to best serve our customers.
The mission shall be accomplished within the standards of good business
practices and compliance with policies and rules governing the University, and
through a partnership between the academic and administrative personnel and the
staff of Financial Services.
Vision and Objectives
As a valued member of the University community, our vision is to work to
advance the University’s commitment to excellence in the scholarly activities of
teaching, discovering, preserving, and applying knowledge. We will strive
improve the management of the Finance Department in order to achieve our
Online business intelligence certificate for professionals in any industry
Many organizations are now able to gather large amounts of information that can develop new opportunities for a company. However, it requires a professional who can make sense of the numbers using business intelligence (BI). Business intelligence uses technologies, processes, and application to analyze internal, structured data and business processes. BI supports better decision making and can be called a decision support system (DSS).
Learn to enable an organization to take advantage of all its data potential in this online business intelligence certificate. Harness these capabilities, convert them to knowledge, and get the right information to the right people, at the right time via the right channel.