There are currently a number of courses in the Fuqua MBA curriculum that fall under entrepreneurship and innovation. They fall under the broad categories of traditional classroom-based courses (lecture or case based) or experiential (practicum) courses, where the students work on actual business problems under the guidance of faculty. The current courses are as follows:
- Program for Entrepreneurs – Start a company while you are receiving course credit. Students work on starting real companies in this Program
- Invention to Application – a course where students examine raw life science technologies and create a business plan with a team of students.
- Mentored Study in Entrepreneurship – a course through which students can work on a critical project with an entrepreneur mentor.
- Social Entrepreneurship
- Venture Capital and Private Equity
- Marketing of High Technology
- Real Estate Entrepreneurship
- Medical Device Commercialization
- Entrepreneurial Execution
- Entrepreneurial Strategy
- Entrepreneurial Finance
- Managing Innovation in a Global Organization
- Intellectual Capital and Competitive Strategy
- Raising Capital: Financial Instruments, Institutions and Strategy
- Biotechnology: Management of Drug Discovery