Entrepreneurship and the MBA
Thursday | June 20 | 2013 | 7:30 pm - 8:45 PM
Parksville, Level 3
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Entrepreneurship is one of the fastest-developing curricular areas across all domains in MBA education, including core, elective, and cocurricular offerings. This session will outline the results of the MBA Roundtable’s recent four-phase research study on entrepreneurship. You’ll discover the innovative ways in which business schools are meeting the growing demand, improving pedagogical approaches, and attracting and supporting MBA student entrepreneurs. Discuss current trends and best practices with fellow attendees and reflect on the future of entrepreneurship and the MBA.
Sponsored by MBA Roundtable
Carleen Kerttula, Executive Director, MBA Roundtable
Kate E. Klepper, Associate Dean, Graduate Business Programs, D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University