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The institute supports academic courses that are part of DePaul's nationally ranked entrepreneurship programs. Our programs include a master's in entrepreneurship, an MBA with a concentration in entrepreneurship and an undergraduate entrepreneurship major and minors for business and non-business students.
Women in Entrepreneurial and Organizational Leadership (MGT 385 / MGT 585): This course is an introduction to the challenges and opportunities facing women in leadership, in both entrepreneurial and corporate contexts. Students will: think critically about the challenges and opportunities facing women in leadership; articulate the value that women in leadership add to business and society, and develop leadership skills for advancing equity and pursuing leadership roles in entrepreneurial and organizational settings.