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Master of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship

Kaplan University



If you are looking for an online MBA program that will guide you in developing the skills and expertise that is needed for an executive career, as well as the specific knowledge and skills that are need for excelling in today's modern business world, then the online Master of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship from Kaplan University is the ideal program for you.

This online MBA in Entrepreneurship program combines career-oriented focus of a traditional M.B.A. with the rigorous academic curriculum of a more advanced program to guide students in developing the knowledge needed for pursuing a leadership positions within today's competitive business environments.

With the inclusion of today's current news events, instructors ensure that the curriculum stays topical, vibrant, and relevant, students will learn to:

  • Create value in production and distribution of goods, services, and information throughout the supply chain
  • Integrate business knowledge to take well-reasoned action in diverse situations
  • Innovate to address business issues or establish new procedures within an existing process
  • Generate a new business or establish new procedures within an existing business
  • Demonstrate the leadership necessary to accomplish business goals and maximize organizational performance
  • Evaluate the ethical and social implications of business decisions in a global context

This online MBA in Entrepreneurship is a dynamic 21st-century-driven program that has been created to offer the right balance of theory and practice to help prepare them for advancement in a variety of business career opportunities.

Graduates of this online Entrepreneurship MBA program will have gained the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to make sound business and management decisions within any field.

Accreditation Information

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

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