A Commitment to Entrepreneurship & Innovation
The School of Management takes pride in its dedication to innovation and entrepreneurship in and out of the classroom. School of Management faculty members, led by Entrepreneur-in-Residence Jim Wolfe and Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Programs Mahesh Joshi, are committed to entrepreneurial teaching and research throughout the Mason Community in the national capital region, nationally, and globally in an effort to build sustainable value and wealth for future generations.
We offers a variety of programs, conferences, and academic courses designed to fully integrate entrepreneurship into the lives of our students and our alumni. The wide breadth of entrepreneurial programming benefits students, faculty, researchers, and business professionals alike.
Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the School of Management
We takes a strong interdisciplinary approach, encouraging students from all academic studies and interests to explore the challenges and rewards of a lifetime of entrepreneurship. Beyond undergraduate and graduate level courses in entrepreneurship, the School of Management offers an entrepreneurship concentration within the MBA program.
Graduate Level Courses
MBA 705 Venture Capital and Private Finance
MBA 711 Entrepreneurship
MBA 714 Managing Growth of Small Businesses
MBA 719 Entrepreneurship Laboratory
MBA 752 Ideas to Companies
PUBP 781 Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
Undergraduate Level Courses
MGMT 451 New Venture Creation
MSOM 304 Entrepreneurship: Starting & Managing a New Enterprise
To learn more about entrepreneurship and innovation at the School of Management or to talk about a new partnership, contact:
Director, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program