Since 1997, the Entrepreneurship Center (Eship Center) has fostered a culture of entrepreneurship at UNC. As an MBA enrichment concentration, our focus is not job placement. Instead, our goal is to establish the leading U.S. business school-based entrepreneurship program that prepares you to build an entrepreneurial mindset and successfully transition to entrepreneurship through the course of your career.
All entrepreneurship courses at UNC Kenan-Flagler are electives, allowing you to immerse yourself in a tailored curriculum. A factor that sets our offerings apart is that the curriculum is complemented with innovative co-curricular offerings that enrich your learning experience.
Students may choose from three paths within the Entrepreneurship Enrichment Concentration: Founder, Funder or Growth Executive/Intrapreneur.
- Founder competencies, curriculum choices, and co-curricular offerings are most appropriate for individuals seeking to start a new enterprise or join an early-stage venture on the management team.
- Funder curriculum choices and co-curricular offerings are recommended for individuals preparing to join professional investing groups in venture capital and private equity and learn private investing techniques.
- Growth executive/intrapreneur competencies, curriculum choices, and co-curricular offerings are recommended for those who would like to acquire skills to manage a growth-oriented private venture or serve as an intrapreneur in an existing enterprise.
Entrepreneurship Concentration at a Glance (PDF)
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