Course Description

The following typical course load is You will notice that the standard title of each course organized according to the actual order of the skills you will need as an entrepreneur to start, operate, and expand your own business. The courses can be taken in a slightly different order if time and opportunity require it—after consultation with your academic advisor.

A. Identifying opportunities

How to start my business, and what business?

B. Setting up the structure

How do we want to work?

1) Recognizing and Finding Talents:

Featuring a study of the entrepreneurial mindset; the deep psychological causation behind shifting out of a static commercial outlook

2) Social Entrepreneurship:

Competing in Local and Global Markets: featuring a study of the history & nature of international business competition, and possible alternative strategies; we use this and the following course to introduce a major theme of innovative thinking, which will continue throughout the degree program.

3) Economics:

The Global Economy: featuring a discussion of the distribution and source of the net wealth of the world itself: financial belief systems

4) Responsible Business Leadership:

featuring creative, profitable options to the hierarchical structure of corporate organizations.

5) Organizational Change:

featuring answers to the challenge of making corporate community engagement more serious and effective

C. Operations, once we're started

6) Strategic Management:

featuring the task of keeping our company on track to contribute towards a higher, international vision of commerce

7) Marketing Management:

featuring a deep dive into the concept of a advertising, exploring the possible benefits of cooperative rather than competitive marketing

8) Principles of Management:

Featuring the concept of proactive responsibility for finance, and setting up the necessary systems for accurate accounting for decision-making.

D. Doing the right thing, as we go

9) Ethical Issues in Business:

featuring a deep discussion of what makes a business activity morally good or bad—learning to define this difference

10) Values-centered Leadership:

featuring the concept of creating corporate excellence through the living example of management

E. Going global: Covering bigger markets

11) Entrepreneurship and Innovation:

featuring a discussion of strategies which emphasize the fulfillment of our full corporate tax responsibilities, and perhaps even offering additional tax beyond the required minimum, as a method of serving society

12) International Business:

featuring a study of the ideal of mastering the Global Roots of every country and culture in which we operate our new business

13) Global Business Management:

featuring a collaborative exploration into innovative

methods of motivating and uniting a multinational workforce

14) Negotiation Mastery:

featuring innovative methods of continually upgrading staff competencies in tech and humanizing, empowering applications of tech

Admission Requirements


1. Bachelor or equivalent degree

2. More than 2 years of experience in middle or senior management positions.

3. If you do not have a bachelor’s degree but would like to apply the program, please contact the admissions officer for consultation.



USD 72,000

Duration: 20 months
Credit: 42 credit hours

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