Rutgers MBA in Entrepreneurship
The Entrepreneurship MBA encourages students to generate new sources of enterprise, come up with innovative business ideas, and create new jobs. The program teaches students how to start the business they’ve been dreaming about. Students learn the necessary skills they need and meet an entirely new network made up of classmates, professors and alumni who will be their future advisors, mentors and investors, and business partners. Rutgers’ ambitious, entrepreneurial and collaborative environment is the perfect place for students to get their business ideas rolling.
Award Winning Entrepreneurship Faculty and Programs
The New Jersey Black Issues Convention awarded its prestigious Community Change Award to Professor Jeffrey Robinson, director of the New Jersey Social Innovation Institute, part of Rutgers Business School’s Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development. Robinson was awarded for community change in the area of economic security and opportunity. Through a partnership with Public Service Electric & Gas, the business school’s Social Innovation Institute recently completed a program to train and mentor aspiring entrepreneurs and, ultimately, to help create new businesses and jobs.
Within the subject of entrepreneurship, RBS focuses on urban development with The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development at Rutgers Business School (CUEED).
For general information about the concentration, contact The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development at 973-353-5987 or email@example.com. For permission to make any course substitutions, contact the Management and Global Business department.
Curriculum and Course Descriptions
The Entrepreneurship MBA curriculum is the same for both Traditional Full-Time MBA and Flex MBA students.
This concentration is managed by the Department of Management & Global Business (MGB), which also manages the Strategy & Leadership MBA concentration as well as the Global Business MBA concentration.