The Horn Program in Entrepreneurship offers a concentration in Entrepreneurship & Technology Innovation for Lerner MBA students. The concentration is designed to serve the needs of those who may wish to launch a startup, foster innovation for an established company, or develop sustainable solutions to important social problems. Students pursuing the concentration will develop an entrepreneurial mindset, improve their influence skills, and gain an understanding of the process used to bring new ideas into the marketplace through hands on experience.
Students who choose to pursue the concentration are encouraged to participate in the many co-curricular & networking opportunities offered by the Horn Program, including becoming a licensee of the Venture Development Center, which serves as a student business hatchery/incubator, and competing in Hen Hatch, the University’s premier startup funding competition. The program also offers a variety of off-campus and international opportunities.
About the Horn Program in Entrepreneurship The Horn Program in Entrepreneurship serves as a preeminent provider of entrepreneurial education. We help to improve social and economic wellbeing by: (1) offering inclusive, engaging & empowering educational programming for youths, undergraduates & graduate students, (2) weaving innovation & entrepreneurship into the University’s cultural fabric, and (3) unleashing pent up innovation by breaking down barriers and creating a robust resource ecosystem. Our courses feature small interdisciplinary enrollments, hands on activities, and faculty with entrepreneurial experience.
Concentration Requirements Three courses totaling nine credits are required (a twelve credit graduate certificate in Entrepreneurship & Technology Innovation is also offered, visit www.udel.edu/horn.)
Core Requirement (choose one of the following) 3 Credits
|ENTR 654||Introduction to Entrepreneurship|
|ENTR 660||High Technology Entrepreneurship|
Elective Options (choose one of the following options) 6 Credits
|ENTR 655||Startup Experience I|
|ENTR 656||Startup Experience II|
Option II (choose one experiential course)
|ENTR 650||Business Accelerator for Entrepreneurial Ventures|
|ENTR 658||Application Development for New Technology|
And also choose one of the following:
|ACCT 820||Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation^|
|ACCT/FINC 857||Private Equity / Venture Financing^|
|BUAD 871||Managing for Creativity and Innovation^|
|BUAD 881||Research Methods for Marketing Decisions^|
|BUAD 883||Product & Price Management ^|
|BUAD 889||Business-to-Business Marketing^|
|CHEG 595||Intellectual Property|
|FINC 861||Financial Modeling and Valuation ^|
^Designates a course with prerequisite requirements that may need to be satisfied prior to enrollment. Please consult course descriptions in the academic catalog for details.