The MBA for Entrepreneurs

Should an entrepreneur have an MBA?

You’ve dreamed of being an entrepreneur or perhaps you already are. You’ve probably also considered entrepreneurship MBA programs and wondered if they are worth it. As the argument usually goes, some of the big names at the helm of today’s most innovative companies, from Bill Gates to Mark Zuckerman, don’t have MBA degrees.

But for every exceptional success story, there are more outstanding entrepreneurs with advanced business degrees - from Warren Buffet to Phil Knight, and from Meg Whitman to Tony Wheeler. In fact, entrepreneurship-based programs are growing in popularity, and for good reason.

The Innovator’s MBA from Worcester Polytechnic Institute provides the skills and experience necessary to turn innovative ideas into effective and profitable businesses. From underlying financial intelligence that informs your strategic decisions to an in-depth understanding of today’s cutting edge technology, the Innovator’s MBA delivers the foundation to accelerate your business and your career.

And if you’re going to earn an MBA, why not do it through a program that is consistently ranked among the best in the country? Year after year, Businessweek has rated The Innovator’s MBA the #1 part-time MBA in the Northeast.

Many working professionals choose to pursue The Innovator’s MBA Cohort Track, which offers a blended approach to learning and offers immediate value. Follow this path and complete your MBA in 32 months, including five months of scheduled breaks, together with a group of innovative leaders - like you.

Learn more about The Innovator’s MBA—the #1 ranked part-time MBA in the Northeast by Businessweek - attend an information session or contact an admissions advisor.