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Oklahoma State University
Watson Graduate School of Management

Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University

MBA Concentration in Entrepreneurship

EEE Concentration in the MBA 

Whether you are starting a company, are an executive in an existing firm, or are managing a small or family business, entrepreneurial skills are critical to identifying and evaluating the factors that will make your undertaking a success.  The Spears School of Business MBA in Entrepreneurship curriculum integrates all business areas including marketing, finance, business analytics, accounting and entrepreneurship to produce students who have well-round business skills coupled with entrepreneurship-related training and preparation.  The curriculum also takes students beyond the classroom, and allows them to test themselves in real world settings. 

For more information on the MBA in Entrepreneurship, call 405-744-9000.

Capstone Class

  • EEE 5863 CIE Scholar Class

Entrepreneurial Core (9 credit hours)

You must complete the following three courses:

  • EEE 5610 Ideation, Creativity & Innovation
  • EEE 5663 Venture Capital
  • EEE 5333 Launching a Business: The First 100 Days

Electives (3 credit hours)

  • EEE 5133 Dilemmas & Debates
  • EEE 5403 Social Entrepreneurship
  • EEE 5200 Global Project Participation - Enactus
  • EEE 5513 Growing Small & Family 
  • EEE 5263 Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • EEE 5223 Entrepreneurship Marketing

* For students in the EEE Concentration in the MBA, at least one of these courses must be taken to complete the Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship 

* These courses may be co-listed with undergraduate-level courses

For more information please contact Bruce Barringer at bruce.barringer@okstate.edu.