Graduate degree
Application deadlines: Feb. 20; March 27; May 1
Application fee: $75
Full-time
Intakes: September
International tuition: $52,800
Domestic tuition: $52,800

Program overview

To achieve success, you need more than just a good idea. You need entrepreneurial know-how to create new product lines and services from innovations, strong business models, go-to-market strategies, and business plans for investors. The D’Amore-McKim MS in Technological Entrepreneurship is an immersion in the frameworks and methods needed for successful entrepreneurship.

Study options

This program can be done
On campus

Requirements

If you’re applying from a high school outside of the United States: please read the International Applicants page English Proficiency: All students, regardless of citizenship must demonstrate English language proficiency when applying to Northeastern. You can meet the requirement if: English is your native language. You have lived, and studied, at a high school for 4 consecutive academic years, in the United States or another majority native English speaking country. You submit, along with your application, official test results directly from the testing agency for one of the following English language proficiency tests: TOEFL iBT IELTS Academic PTE Academic C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency

Career opportunities

Our MS in Technological Entrepreneurship program will not only strengthen your network; it will help you develop the skills needed to propel you to the next level. During the first half of your graduate program the Graduate Career Center will provide access to valuable online career resources to improve your resume, refine your interview techniques, and hone career-accelerating skills. Once you have completed the first half of your program, you will have developed your business skills and knowledge due to your participation in our MS in Technological Entrepreneurship program. Recognizing your professional growth, the full services of the Graduate Career Center will become available to you at this time. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with a Career Advisor to guide you through your personalized career management plan. You will define your career goals, learn how to leverage your network, and design and implement a job search strategy that will guide you to the next step in your career. This timing is important as employers typically look for candidates who have completed or are very close to completing their master’s degree.

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