The Entrepreneurship concentration will develop scholars who are thought leaders in advancing theory and practice within the discipline of entrepreneurship. Ph.D. students will gain a thorough understanding of the existing research on both the micro and macro levels. In particular, the core emphasis is placed on technological commercialization, new venture strategy, corporate entrepreneurship, and growth at the firm level.
Five Required Foundation Courses (Common to all Ph.D. concentrations)
- Research Design Methods I
- Econometrics I
- Microeconomic Theory
- Managerial Research Seminar
Two Required Advanced Research Design/Methods Courses
- Research Design Methods II
- Econometrics II OR Multivariate Statistical Methods
Seven Concentration Courses
- Seminar in Innovation and New Product Development
- Seminar in Entrepreneurship research
- Seminar in Corporate Entrepreneurship
- Current topics in Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Three Doctoral level electives
M. Berk Talay, Ph.D.