Education Entrepreneurship, MSEd

Students in the M.S.Ed. in Education Entrepreneurship program acquire a strong grounding in three domains: Foundations of Education, Business Essentials, and Entrepreneurial Management of Knowledge. The nation’s first Master’s degree in Education Entrepreneurship is designed at the intersection of education, business, and entrepreneurship. The accelerated program is delivered through onsite weekend programs and blended distance education to accommodate working adults. The program provides working professionals with the knowledge, practical skills, and experiences necessary to chart new solutions in education. The 13-month capstone experience teaches students to identify a new opportunity, either for an existing entity or for the creation of a new venture, and design their own education program, service, or product. Graduates of this unique program leave with the tools necessary to create new schools and initiatives, launch education startups, fund and manage technology ventures, scale leading-edge programs, and drive innovation in educational organizations and corporations.

Curriculum

Entrepreneurship
EDEN 501ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN EDUCATION0.5-1
EDEN 504CAPSTONE (PART 1)0.5-1
EDEN 515CAPSTONE PART 20.5-1
EDEN 508TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY (PART 1)0.5-1
EDEN 602TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY (PART 2)0.5-1
EDEN 513DESIGN OF LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS 2- DESIGN THINKING0.5-1
Business
EDEN 503MANAGEMENT IN EDUCATION0.5-1
EDEN 506ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION0.5-1
EDEN 509MARKETING STRATEGY0.5-1
EDEN 511ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION: FINANCE0.5-1
Education
EDEN 502FOUNDATIONS IN EDUCATION0.5-1
EDEN 505FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING & LEARNING0.5-1
EDEN 507DESIGN OF LEARNING0.5-1
EDEN 514FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION - ECOSYSTEM0.5-1
EDEN 601SCHOOLS AS ORGANIZATIONS0.5-1
Total Course Units10

Capstone Project

Master’s degree candidates must demonstrate thorough knowledge of the field of specialization by completing a capstone in their area of study. The examination/portfolio/thesis serves an educational and evaluative purpose through which students are expected to review and integrate what they have learned in their coursework and fieldwork. Comprehensive formats vary.
 

The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2020 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.