Students who complete 9 credit hours of entrepreneurship coursework and receive approval can earn an entrepreneurial management designation, a credential that demonstrates the skills to add value to innovative, early stage ventures.
Students in entrepreneurial management choose from courses in entrepreneurial finance, management and other related areas while having the opportunity to connect with successful entrepreneurs through Tulane’s respected Albert Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. A specialization in entrepreneurship will provide a unique skillset that will help students stand out from the crowd when embarking upon a career.
Students pursuing a BSM who are applying for the entrepreneurial management designation need to submit a completed application to the Office of Undergraduate Education (Room 204, GWBC) by the Application for Degree deadline.
|MGMT 4140||Entrepreneurial Management||3|
|or MGMT 4610||Management of New Ventures|
|Select 6 credit hours minimum of the following:||6|
|Venture Capital and Private Equity|
|Real Estate Planning and Development|
|Cases In Entrepreneurshp|
|Environment, Society, and Capitalism|
|Entrepreneurial Management 2|
|Management of Technology and Innovation|
|Management of New Ventures 2|
|Independent Studies 1|
|Total Credit Hours||9|
No more than 3 credit hours from MGMT 4910.
If not chosen as required course.
Students should submit any requests for waivers or deviations from these requirements in writing, addressed to "Entrepreneurship Faculty," c/o Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, GWBC, Suite 330.