Masters in Entrepreneurship (MSE)

33 credit hours

The Master’s in Entrepreneurship (MSE) program provides a rigorous immersion into the nature of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial process. Core content is coupled with a strong commitment to experiential learning. The program is a component of the university-wide entrepreneurship emphasis at Oklahoma State University. It is targeted to students with a passion for entrepreneurship in for-profit, non-profit, and public sector contexts. It consists of 33 credit hours. It normally takes 1 ½ years to complete the resident program and 2 years to complete the online program.

Business Foundation (12 credit hours)

You must complete the following four courses:

Entrepreneurial Core (15 credit hours)

You must complete the following five courses:

  • EEE 5113 Entrepreneurship and Venture Management
  • EEE 5223 Entrepreneurial Marketing
  • EEE 5333 Launching a Business: The First 100 Days
  • EEE 5663 Imagination in Entrepreneurship
  • EEE 5993 Preparing Effective Business Plans
Electives (6 credit hours)

Select two courses from the following list. Appropriate substitutes, such as other upper division Spears School of Business courses or upper division course from other colleges, can be made on a case-by-case basis.

  • EEE 5133 Dilemmas & Debates in Entrepreneurship
  • EEE 5200 Special Topics in Entrepreneurship (offerings vary by semester)
  • EEE 5213 Entrepreneurship in Science/Technology
  • EEE 5263 Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • EEE 5403 Social Entrepreneurship 1
  • EEE 5513 Growing Small & Family Ventures
  • EEE 5610 Entrepreneurship Practicum (offerings vary by semester)
  • EEE 5653 Venture Capital
  • EEE 5703 Project MGMT for Entrepreneurship
  • EEE 5713 Native American Entrepreneurship
  • EEE 5803 Operating an Entrepreneurial Firm
  • Study Abroad & Riata Internship Involvement in an eligible study abroad program or the Riata Entrepreneurial Internship may fulfill a portion of the elective requirements