Degree Offered: Master of Entrepreneurship (M.E.)
Departmental Website: College of Business - Master of Entrepreneurship
Program Description: The Master of Entrepreneurship (ME Program) degree is an online program which is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). The purpose of the program is to offer students the opportunity to acquire the skills necessary to create a sustainable new venture from an idea or concept that is developed during the course of study. The Master of Entrepreneurship program requires 30 semester hours. View the ME program curriculum here.
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Location of Course Offerings: Web-based
- Graduate School Admission Requirements
- Program Admission Requirements
Applicants to the Masters of Entrepreneurship program are diverse. To support the diverse applicant pool, we use a scoring approach that enables applicants to best present their case for admission. In this approach, applicants may submit any or all of the accepted materials.
- Resume (Required)
- Essay (Optional)
- Interview (Optional)
- GMAT/GRE/MAT Scores (Optional)
- Recommendations (Optional)
NOTE: Please contact the program with questions regarding program admission requirements.
Application Deadline: None. New students are admitted for the fall, spring and summer terms.
College of Business Graduate Programs Manager
WCU Programs at Biltmore Park
Graduate Program Director:
Dr. Robert J. Lahm, Jr.
Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship
Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation
College of Business