The MS in Entrepreneurship admits students in the Fall semester only. For application instructions and deadlines, please review the information on the Graduate Admissions section of the Zicklin website at https://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/academic-programs/graduate/admissions/.
MS students will receive an email from the advising team with more specific information related to your program requirements. New students should note that evaluations will be sent to the same email address that you used to apply to your degree program.
MS in Entrepreneurship Program Advisor:
Program advisors are available on a regular basis in the MS program office to answer questions about degree requirements, program audits, registration assistance, and other academic issues. In addition, all advising and registration information will be provided by the program offices.
Ms. Taneisha Green
MS in Entrepreneurship Faculty Advisor:
Faculty advisors are also available throughout the academic year to meet with current students and answer questions about course selection and other matters important to your academic and professional development. If you are undecided about course selection we encourage you to speak with faculty advisors in the areas under consideration before making a decision. If your graduate and undergraduate studies are in the same area, faculty advisors can help you select courses that will enhance your prior background.
Professor Ramona Zachary
English Language Proficiency Exam
Non-credit bearing courses in Grammar Troubleshooting and American English Pronunciation are required for students who completed their undergraduate education in a non-English speaking country. These customized courses are offered by Continuing and Professional Studies [CAPS], and can be waived by exam. The exam is free of charge. You can register for the exam though CAPS by phone: 646-312-5000; in-person: Newman Vertical Campus, Lexington Ave. and 25th St., Room 1-116, Monday-Thursday, 9am-7pm; or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org [provide your first and last name, address, phone number and the time you wish to take the exam].
If you are required to take the exam, it will be indicated on your individualized evaluation.
Students can review the MS in Entrepreneurship curriculum here: https://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/academic-programs/graduate/ms/entrepreneurship/
Students should complete MGT 9960 Entrepreneurial Strategy and Cases in the first semester. If you are taking only one course, take MGT 9960. Select additional courses based on your preferred schedule and course pre- or co-requisites.
MGT 9960 is the co-requisite for several entrepreneurial courses. Not all courses are offered every semester: the class schedules for spring and fall are your best guide to future semesters. Entrepreneurship courses are usually not offered in summer, with the possible exception of MGT 9960.
If you are required to take ACC 9110 Financial Reporting, it is offered every spring semester.
Preliminary Course Waiver Criteria
ACC 9110 Financial Reporting
Waived based on a 3-credit graduate or undergraduate financial accounting course complete with a minimum grade of B-.
MKT 9703 Marketing Management
Waived based on a 3-credit graduate or undergraduate marketing course completed with a minimum grade of B-.