A management specialization in Entrepreneurship & Innovation provides a diverse set of options for students to hone their entrepreneurial skills.
4.0 credit units are required for the Entrepreneurship & Innovation specialization.
One credit unit of the foundation course in Entrepreneurship & Innovation:
Three credit units of:
Students may petition to substitute other courses toward the requirements of the specialization. Such requests will be expected to demonstrate that the student is pursuing a coherent plan of entrepreneurship and innovation studies at Wharton. Petitions should be sent in writing to the Entrepreneurship and Innovation academic advisor, Nellie Gaynor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Other courses cannot exceed 1.0 cu equivalent of Wharton coursework.
Specialization Advisor: Nellie Gaynor – Associate Director – 416B VH (215-898-1901)
For course days/times, see the course timetable on the Penn Registrar’s website
For additional information on resources available to undergraduates interested in entrepreneurship see the Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship website.
Undergraduate Program Information
- Management Concentration
- Management Specializations
- Strategic Management
- Multinational Management
- Organizational Effectiveness
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- Penn Undergraduate Catalog