Albers is accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. As of July 2015, less than five percent of the world’s business schools and less than one third of U.S. business schools have achieved business accreditation from AACSB.
At Seattle University's Entrepreneurship Center, we have a mission: ROI3. That's visual shorthand for our three cornerstone principles: Return on Imagination, Return on Involvement and Return on Investment. We build and nourish the entrepreneurial spirit. To us, entrepreneurship is more than a collection of courses. It's a philosophy, a mindset that inspires innovation, risk-taking, and seizing opportunities in any form of business venture. We're also about shaping leaders of the future, and that means linking students with the business community. We view education as an investment and are determined to provide value to all our stakeholders.
MBA students may pursue a specialization in entrepreneurship which requires completion of a fundamentals course, six credits of specified electives, a practicum course and participation in the annual business plan competition. Please note that the credits needed for the specialization are taken as electives of the student's MBA curriculum.
12 credits, including:
Note: The student is also required to participate in the Seattle University Annual Business Plan Competition by submitting a quality business plan for the screening round and qualify for the tradeshow/elevator pitch round.
For more information on the Entrepreneurship Center in Albers, click here.
To declare a specialization, complete the "Addition of Another Major, Degree, or Specialization" form (available from PIGT 318 or the Office of the Registrar website) and return the form to PIGT 318.