Individuals worldwide have debated this question. At Boston University’s School of Management we contend that successful entrepreneurs require the “right stuff,” but can be taught to significantly improve their chances for success. We help them do that by examining the experiences and best practices of others while teaching specific skills that entrepreneurs need. The Graduate Diploma in Entrepreneurial Management is designed for motivated professionals who want an intensive and specialized graduate credential, tailored to their needs. Students will learn from world-renowned business school faculty and industry experts, as well as experienced professionals from around the world. This accelerated Diploma can be completed in just four months, and offers the opportunity to gain invaluable work experience through Boston University School of Management’s Internship Program. Upon completion of both the Diploma and Internship Programs, students may apply for optional practical training allowing them to work in the U.S. for an additional year. The Boston area is one of the leading centers of entrepreneurship in the United States. Through this program, you will have the opportunity to experience that climate and better understand the ingredients that have made that possible.
New York Times says budding entrepreneurs choose entrepreneurship programs over MBAs – Read the full article here