Thinking innovatively. Recognizing opportunity. Managing risk.

These aren’t gifts people are born with, but require skill and knowledge—especially in this complex and ever-changing world where the cost of failure is so great. Whether it's starting your own business or managing your career, everyone needs to be skilled at creating and pursuing the opportunities in their life.

The hands-on work you will complete for a Ball State MBA concentration in entrepreneurship will help you learn how to solve problems for your business and your customers. You will learn how to be innovative and manage projects you create. You will learn where and how to find opportunities in a challenging economy. And, you will learn how to manage change and bring novel solutions to customers and your business.

At Ball State, you learn all this from a university where faculty members have led the Ball State undergraduate entrepreneurship program to consecutive top 15 rankings by U.S. News & World Report since 2000. Learn more about Ball State’s entrepreneurship rankings. And, the entrepreneurship classes are taught out of our nationally recognized Entrepreneurship Center.

Learn more about all the courses you will take with a Ball State MBA concentration in entrepreneurship.