Degree Levels Offered for Entrepreneurship

Sample Free Open
Entrepreneurship Courses


Media Course Start Date Professor School
007 full-course 7 Corporate Entrepreneurship: Strategies for Technology-Based New Business Development 2007-09-01 Fall 2007 Val Livada Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Formal joint ventures and corporate venture capital investments are just some of the approaches tackled in this corporate entrepreneurship course.
008 full-course 8 Developmental Entrepreneurship 2003-09-01 Fall 2003 Alex Pentland Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Students study successful and unsuccessful entrepreneurial endeavors to understand and analyze the development process.
001 full-course 1 Diploma in Business Management & Entrepreneurship N/A N/A XSIQ
This diploma course in Business Management and Entrepreneurship delves into the various types of management, such as corporate, human resources, project, and operations management.
045 full-course 45 Entrepreneurship N/A N/A Ch. Shahzad Ansar Virtual University of Pakistan
This class focuses on the importance and purpose of entrepreneurship, highlighting how to carry out efficient and effective entrepreneurial techniques to start businesses while providing managerial knowledge students can utilize in their practical life.
014 full-course 14 Entrepreneurship 2013-03-01 Spring 2013 Mushtak Al-Atabi Taylor's University
Students in this course will gain valuable skills in entrepreneurship for careers in business.
003 full-course 3 Entrepreneurship - Creating the Business N/A N/A Connexions
An examination of the characteristics of entrepreneurs and the type of business models and marketing strategies entrepreneurs use to start a business.
009 full-course 9 High-Tech Entrepreneurship N/A N/A Middle East Technical University
This course introduces the concept of entrepreneurship from various perspectives.
004 full-course 4 Small Business Management N/A N/A Saylor
Saylor's course on Small Business Management introduces students to Entrepreneurship and Business Planning.
001 full-course 1 Starting a Business or Social Enterprise - The Stone Soup Way N/A N/A Bill Liao ALISON
An interactive course covering entrepreneurship and the necessary concepts to build a successful venture.
010 full-course 10 Startup Boards: Advanced Entrepreneurship 2012-09-01 Fall 2012 Clint Korver Stanford University
This course, an advanced entrepreneurship class, is based on concepts of business including managing a startup, employing a startup, and more.

Accredited Online Entrepreneurship Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
Columbia International University Yes N/A 90% 71%
Everest College-Springfield Yes 100% 100% 33%
University of Cincinnati-Main Campus Yes 68% 83% 50%
Antioch University-Midwest Yes N/A N/A N/A
McNeese State University Yes 69% 94% 37%
Ball State University Yes 61% 86% 56%
Cochise College No N/A 83% 22%
Northwest Nazarene University Yes 67% 99% 52%
Canisius College Yes 74% 99% 68%
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Yes 100% 74% 15%
Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Wilkes-Barre Yes 88% 87% 49%
Texas A & M University-College Station Yes 67% 78% 80%
Mid-America Christian University Yes N/A 96% 23%
Long Island University-Riverhead Campus Yes 100% 97% N/A
Globe University Minnesota School of Business-Shakopee Yes 100% 100% 50%
Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Worthington Scranton Yes 82% 92% 46%
Nicholls State University Yes 84% 94% 38%
University of Phoenix-Oklahoma City Campus Yes N/A 98% 13%
Oklahoma Panhandle State University Yes 61% 88% 20%
Herzing University-Minneapolis Yes 82% 100% 73%

Entrepreneurship at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in Entrepreneurship

    • 2,085 Bachelor's Degrees in
      Entrepreneurship
      • 64% Male
        Students
      • 36% Female
        Students
    • 670 Master's Degrees in
      Entrepreneurship
      • 65% Male
        Students
      • 35% Female
        Students
    • 1 Doctoral Degrees in
      Entrepreneurship
      • 100% Male
        Students
      • 0% Female
        Students

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