Syracuse University’s AACSB-accredited Whitman School of Management offers an M.S. in Entrepreneurship program online, taught by dedicated Whitman faculty. You will take 10 courses focused on skills all entrepreneurs need, including finance, marketing, strategy, and idea viability.
To truly take their ideas to the next level, entrepreneurs need connections, and that’s why we put you face to face with peers and faculty who have started their own companies. You will hear their insights into managing organizational resources, analyzing key data, evaluating opportunities and risks, and raising capital.
GMAT/GRE waiver for qualified applicants
As few as 15 monthsto complete
John Torrens Professor of Entrepreneurial Practice
Professor Torrens has founded multiple companies and bought and sold small businesses. He is deeply involved in entrepreneurship at Whitman, particularly for the Institute for Veterans and Military Families.
Kenneth Walsleben Professor of Entrepreneurial Practice
A Syracuse University alumnus, Professor Walsleben has launched many startups and has been twice awarded the Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises (EEE) department chair citation for entrepreneurial excellence.
An Engaging Learning Experience
The online program enables you to earn an esteemed Whitman degree without attending classes on campus.
Live, online classes: Attend face-to-face classes with peers and faculty and connect with small groups of students during breakout sessions.
Career resources: Take advantage of one-on-one career coaching, resume review, and a self-directed career development course.
Multimedia coursework: Complete assignments on the go using our mobile app and arrange study groups through the online platform.
Customizable online platform: Personalize the online platform with features like dark mode, searchable video transcripts, adjustable video speed and streaming capability that lets you cast your coursework right onto your TV.