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Program Overview

Jump start your career as an innovative leader who will create a new class of entrepreneurs capable of creating new products, services, and new ventures that serve your community and the globe.

Whether your goal is to launch your own firm, join a venture capital-backed startup, step into a business development role in a large corporate enterprise, contribute to a social enterprise or bring new innovative skills and associations to your family business, the Azure University MBA delivers essential theoretical, applied, and experiential learning to help you achieve your objectives
Our MBA program offers:

  • Join small classes of motivated students
  • Cutting-edge curriculum
  • An innovative ecosystem
  • Business Trips to the world economic forum and some of the leading-edge firms in USA and around the world
  • Faculty with real word experience
  • Harvard case studies
  • Etc.

The MBA in Entrepreneurship programs at Azure University will equip students with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in small business and/or startup management. The comprehensive coursework tackles key topics like budgeting and finance, supply chain management, and information technology. The MBA in entrepreneurship program also connect students with the local business and international business community, allowing them to glean strategies and tricks of the trade from experienced small business and startup leaders.

The purpose of the Azure College School of Business Master of Science in Entrepreneurship is to develop students for work in a sector of the entrepreneurial and/or innovative professions.
A Master of Science graduate majoring in Entrepreneurship can expect to achieve the following learning objectives:

  1. Our graduates will have a strategic understanding of entrepreneurship and be able to take into account the relationships between this discipline and other areas of business to make holistic judgments when analyzing business situations.
  2. Our graduates will assess the interdependent, fast-changing, and diverse world of entrepreneurship, as well as global economic/financial interdependencies that signify current geopolitical, economic and financial relationships, to make business decisions that make a difference in the world.
  3. Our graduates will demonstrate critical thinking skills, making the intellectual connection between quantitative and qualitative tools, theories and context to properly and effectively solve problems and make decisions, as well as develop new and innovative business opportunities to strategically navigate the complex demands of the current and dynamic national and international business environments.
  4. Our graduates will travel to business forum in Asia to assess business and business environment.
  5. Our graduates will demonstrate ethical reasoning skills, understand social, civic, and professional responsibilities and aspire to add value to society.
  6. Our graduates will effectively communicate using business specific terminology in written and verbal form and facilitate information flow in a variety of organizational, social, and intercultural contexts.
Core Courses
Course CodeCourseCredits
MBA 600 The Entrepreneurial Mindset (3 sem. cr.)
MBA 610 Technology and Operations Management (TOM) (3 sem. cr.)
MBA 620 Venture Capital - Entrepreneurial Financing (3 sem. cr.)
MBA 630 FIELD Foundations I – Project (3 sem. cr.)
MBA 640 Venture Capital, Private Equity Law and Taxation (3 sem. cr.)
MBA 650 International Business Law (3 sem. cr.)
MBA 660 Marketing Management (3 sem. cr.)
MBA 670 Accounting for Decision Making (3 sem. cr.)
MBA 680 Leadership and Organizational Behavior (LEAD) (3 sem. cr.)
MBA 710 Logistic (and International Business) (3 sem. cr.)
MBA 700 FIELD Global Immersions – Final Project (6 sem. cr.)

Tuition & Fees
Curriculum ComponentRequirements CostTotal*
Courses30 total semester credit hours$300 per semester hour$9,000
Technology FeePer semester$200$1,000
Total with Transfer Credits$10,000

*The time showed for tuition is the approximate minimum time to completion. Note that the duration varies from one student to another, and is a factor of among other things, individual progress and transferred credits where applicable. You may reach us on 123-456-5678 for a personalized estimate of your likely time to completion.
*The stated tuition rates and fees are subject to change. The figure does not include books and materials, which may cost between $1,000 to $1,400.
†Maximum transfer credit total includes reduction in technology fee as related to reduced number of courses over time



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Students will uncover the secrets of thinking like an entrepreneur to create value for stakeholders and society across a variety of business settings.

What does it really mean to think entrepreneurially?
The entrepreneurial process isn’t only for start-ups, it’s a comprehensive mindset that will teach you to identify, assess, shape, and act on opportunities in a variety of contexts, settings and organizations. In this entrepreneurship course, you will learn to implement the method of Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® (ET&A™) – which will give you a roadmap to create and add value for stakeholders and society.

ET&A™ is a tactical, results-oriented process that may be applied to new venture creation as well as to promote innovation within existing organizations – large, small or family owned – and across profit, not for profit and social ventures.The ability to ‘think like an entrepreneur’ and ‘act like an innovator’ are critical skills for success across industries and are proven tools to help distinguish you in the workplace and to accelerate your career. Source: EdX, Bobson

This course enables students to develop the skills and concepts needed to ensure the ongoing contribution of a firm's operations to its competitive position. It helps them to understand the complex processes underlying the development and manufacture of products as well as the creation and delivery of services.
Topics encompass:

This course trains entrepreneurs for the early stage investment landscape by teaching them:
a) to prepare financial statements for investors
b) choose the venture corporate structure
c) understand the main sources of capital for early-stage companies
d) identify the steps of the funding process
e) implement the process of raising capital
f) manage turnaround opportunities and
g) understand the process of harvesting the business venture.

FIELD Foundations engages student in real world project that impact the business world. These projects will include small teams in interactive workshops—held in flexible classrooms called “Kombit” that reshape how students think, act, and see themselves. Through team feedback and self-reflection participants deepen their emotional intelligence and develop a growing awareness of their own leadership styles.

This course will cover all the main legal and taxation issues related to VC/PE transactions, including regulatory frameworks for private equity and venture capital; investment vehicles in private equity and venture capital transactions; due diligence; the equity investment structure; acquisitions; leveraged buyouts and taxation in exit strategies.

International law can be considered as the law of the international community, the law that governs relations between States. But it also relates to what international organizations do and, increasingly, it concerns individuals, corporations, NGO’s and other non-state actors.
As the world becomes more interdependent and more complex, and as new institutions are put in place to make international law more effective, international law has become an exciting, expanding field. Never before has it been so relied upon, used and developed. Despite their differences in size, power, culture, religion and ideologies, states rely on international law to cooperate and to coexist; they speak the language of international law and international law serves them as an important common language.
Source: EdX

The objectives of this course are to demonstrate the role of marketing in the company; to explore the relationship of marketing to other functions; and to show how effective marketing builds on a thorough understanding of buyer behavior to create value for customers.
Students learn how to:
a) Make marketing decisions in the context of general management.
b) Control the elements of the marketing mix—product policy, channels of distribution, communication, and pricing—to satisfy customer needs profitably.
c) Use this knowledge in a brand management simulation. The course culminates in an examination of the evolution of marketing, particularly focusing on opportunities presented by the Internet.

This course acquaints students with the process used to construct and understand the financial reports of organizations. The objective is to understand the decisions that must be made in the financial reporting process and to develop the ability to evaluate and use accounting data. Emphasis is placed on understanding the breadth of accounting measurement practices and on being able to make the adjustments necessary for careful analysis. The course highlights the linkages between accounting information and management planning, and decision making and control.

This course focuses on how managers become effective leaders by addressing the human side of enterprise.
The first modules examine teams, individuals, and networks in the context of:
a) The determinants of group culture.
b) Managing the performance of individual subordinates.
c) Establishing productive relationships with peers and seniors over whom the manager has no formal authority.
The intermediate modules look at successful leaders in action to see how they:
a) Develop a vision of the future.
b) Align the organization behind that vision.
c) Motivate people to achieve the vision.
d) Design effective organizations and change them to achieve superior performance.

The final module introduces a model for strategic career management.

This course is designed to introduce the students to the main components of a logistics system, such as customer service, demand forecasting, inventory control, warehousing and storage, traffic and transportation, plant and warehouse site selection, order processing and materials handling. It will also emphasize the relationships among these various elements and how effective management of them leads to a higher economic standard of living.

This course requires student to develop a new product or service concept for global partner organizations around the world. Students travel will travel to Hong Kong and China at the end of the program to three (3) different business fair in Asia and spend time in a partner university.