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Texas MBA | Full-Time Program

Entrepreneurship

Located in Austin, one of America's most entrepreneurial cities, the Texas MBA concentration in entrepreneurship includes an interrelated set of activities that prepare students to: think analytically, ask the right questions, solve the problems of entrepreneurial firms, start a new venture, develop and launch new products for existing companies, and be an entrepreneur in a large firm.

Students who concentrate in Entrepreneurship benefit from many of the unique resources of the McCombs School of Business and the Austin community, including:

Curriculum Requirements

Any five courses from the following:
  • MAN 385 - Entrepreneurial Management
  • MAN 385 - Opportunity Identification and Analysis
  • MAN 385 - Entrepreneurial Growth
  • MAN 385 - Entrepreneurship and Incubation
  • MAN 385 - Social Entrepreneurship
  • MAN 385 - Texas Venture Labs Practicum
  • MAN 385 - New Venture Creation
  • FIN 394 - Venture Capital Fellows Program
  • LEB 380 - Law for Entrepreneurs
  • MKT 382 - Marketing for High-Tech Products

Additional courses may be approved on a course-by-course basis.

Total credit hours: 15
Faculty Contact: John Butler

Experiential Opportunities

Hands-on experiences complement, extend and continually refine classroom curriculum. There are many opportunities available for Texas MBAs to experience hands-on learning. Here are just a few:

Student Organizations

Possible Career Paths

  • Product Manager or Marketer
  • Small Business Manager
  • Venture Capital Associate
  • General Manager
  • Internal Strategist
  • New Venture Founder

For more information on career opportunities, visit our Career Management web page.