MBA in Entrepreneurship


Robot Academy
Co-Founded by Wukich Scholar Michael Vawter (SHU MBA ’16) Helps Children “Use Ingenuity, Intellect and Lego Blocks" to Solve Problems

Read more about Michael and the Academy in a Hilliard Northwest News article.

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 Many MBA courses are offered online and on campus. 

About the Program

Seton Hill's MBA in Entrepreneurship Program provides you with the know-how to identify an opportunity and start your own business. With courses such as New Venture Development, New Venture Feasibility Analysis, Financial Concerns for Entrepreneurs and Strategic Management, a Seton Hill MBA will ensure that you have the ability to see opportunity before others - and act on it.  

Through this program, you will also have access to an Entrepreneur-In-Residence (to help coach you through the process), and the Wukich Venture Fund (which helps fund student/alumni start-ups).

If you have a great idea and would like to make a living around it, the Seton Hill MBA in Entrepreneurship Program may be just what you are looking for. 

Every Seton Hill MBA connects theory to practice with a case driven, application approach to solving the complex people, process and technology challenges facing companies today. MBA faculty challenge themselves to conduct every class in such a manner that students think in a different way at the end of the session, due to a transformed approach to decision-making. Attend one of our MBA Information Sessions and see how a Seton Hill MBA can help transform your career. 

Certificate in Entrepreneurship

Seton Hill also offers a 16-credit graduate certificate in entrepreneurship, for students who already have an MBA, or who prefer not to commit to the 36-credit MBA program.

Fast Forward to an MBA

Through the FastForward to an MBA Progam, undergraduate students in most majors at Seton Hill can earn both a bachelor’s degree and an MBA in five years!