College of Business > Academics > Department of Management & Entrepreneurship > Combined Degrees > Combined Entrepreneurship Degree
The combined Bachelor's + Master's degree programs allow students to complete 12 graduate credit hours while still undergraduates. These three graduate level courses will count toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship is designed for students who are interested in turning good opportunities into thriving businesses. Students gain the proficiency necessary to take on a variety of entrepreneurial opportunities, such as starting a new business, developing corporate innovation, cultivating new product development strategies, or becoming involved on the funding side with angel investment and venture capital firms. The program culminates in the new venture applied lab class where students are given the opportunity to launch and grow their entrepreneurial endeavor with the help of DePaul expert mentors.
DePaul degree-seeking undergraduate students interested in earning a Master of Science degree in Entrepreneurship may apply to the bachelor's degree/Entrepreneurship (MS) combined program. Students may be able to obtain both degrees in as few as five years.
Students must formally apply and be admitted to the Department of Management before beginning their graduate coursework. Upon identifying themselves as a combined degree applicant, the GMAT/GRE requirement will be waived. Undergraduate students who meet the following criteria may apply to this program:
Students participating in this program will typically take the following three graduate level courses during their senior year:
Replaces MGT 302; prerequisite MGT 300.
These three courses may double-count up to 12 credits towards both degree programs. The undergraduate degree will be awarded at the completion of all undergraduate work while the MSE will be awarded upon completion of the remaining graduate level work.
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