Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Innovation
Loyola Marymount University - College of Business Administration
Los Angeles, USA
Distance Learning, On-Campus
12 - 24 months
Full time, Part time
USD 54,936 / per year
Earliest start date
Challenge Convention, Reinvent Business, Change the World
The LMU M.S. in Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Innovation is designed for students who are determined to make difference in their organization and in society. Our program will prepare you to launch your own firm, join a venture capital-backed start-up, step in as a change agent in a large corporate enterprise, contribute to a social enterprise or bring new, innovative skills to your family business.
Our unique curriculum delivers essential theoretical, applied and experiential learning, blending several major disciplines including entrepreneurial management, science/engineering, and environmental law/policy. Faculty will facilitate opportunities for you to connect and learn best practices from the leading firms in southern California while networking and gaining valuable experience. Our capstone project provides you the opportunity to practice creating innovative solutions, either with a leading company or your own entrepreneurial/start-up project.
This is not your typical graduate program. Our faculty emphasizes exploring, creating, doing, and building — not tests, homework, and grades. We welcome visionaries — people passionate for change, brave to challenge convention, and eager to reinvent the business.
Our Beautiful Southern California Campus
Los Angeles is the creative capital of the world and a global engine of innovation and invention. Aerospace, entertainment, technology, fashion, international finance, biotechnology, manufacturing, marketing. It's all here in the 3rd largest metropolitan economy in the world. Located in the heart of Silicon Beach, our Playa Vista campus is surrounded by more than 500 technology start-ups — some of the nation's most innovative and creative companies. This dynamic region is the 3rd largest start-up ecosystem in the U.S. and a thriving hub for synergistic learning.