The Tepper School's MBA Entrepreneurship in Organizations Track allows Tepper School MBA students to focus on planning, funding and building a new business. This track emphasizes three main areas: marketing, building a winning organization and raising money for your venture. Students in this track may also apply to the James R. Swartz Entrepreneurial Fellows program, which enables them to participate in an executive guest-speaker, summer-internship and final-project program. Often, this final project results in an actual venture that students pursue after graduation.
Non-MBA Graduate Students & Undergraduate Students
Entrepreneurship courses are not just for MBA students. Entrepreneurship is interdisciplinary and crosses all departments and levels of academic study at Carnegie Mellon. The Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurial Studies encourages students of all disciplines to study entrepreneurship by working with schools across campus to cross-list entrepreneurship courses and make them as available as possible to all students.
Non-MBA graduate students can sign up for undergraduate entrepreneurship courses; they are not limited to considering only graduate Tepper School entrepreneurship courses.
Non-MBA graduate students have two options if they are interested in registering for an entrepreneurship course at Carnegie Mellon.
- Visit the Tepper School's non-Tepper Student's Course Requests page if you are not a Tepper student but are interested in signing up for a graduate Tepper entrepreneurship course.
- The Donald H. Jones Center for Entrepreneurial Studies hosts a wide range of undergraduate courses. Please visit Enrollment Services if you are interested in registering for an undergraduate entrepreneurship course.
Undergraduate students should visit the Tepper School's undergraduate track information web page to see what courses you must take to pursue the undergraduate entrepreneurship track at Carnegie Mellon University. Please visit Carnegie Mellon's Enrollment Services site to register for undergraduate entrepreneurship courses at Carnegie Mellon University.