Entrepreneurial development programmes have always been a matter of debate—do you actually need formal training to develop your entrepreneurial skills or is it better to launch a business and just get started independently? Well… it’s important to understand that a masters in entrepreneurship or MBA in entrepreneurship can help you develop useful business strategies to increase profit and expand your business.
It’s helpful not only for people who are planning to start up, but also for those who want to set foot into the very competitive corporate world. It’s very common for people to start working after graduation, even if they want to study more because of various constraints. But with online learning, you can work around the hurdles.
On one hand you continue to work to take care of your finances, and on the other hand you can pursue an MBA in an entrepreneurship online course to help you further. Sometimes, even companies ask their existing employees to go for distance education and do an MBA for better opportunities within the company.
In terms of soft skills, you learn about networking, leadership, teamwork, decision making, and building creativity, which are important to enhance your career. Some of the topics covered in the subject of entrepreneurship are:
- Organisational Behaviour and Principles of Management
- Accounting and Finance
- Managerial Economics
- Human Resource Management
- Marketing Management
- Corporate Communication
- Project Management
- Entrepreneurship Development
- Business Environment and Ethics
- Operation Management
These topics help in preparing you to take effective business decisions, and train and shape you as an entrepreneur.
Eligibility Required To Apply
To master such a skill set, you can apply in Bharathidasan University—a pioneer when it comes to entrepreneur courses in India. We teach it as a subject under different MBA specialisations.
You need to have a Bachelor’s Degree with at least 50% marks from one of the recognised universities.
Some of the jobs that you can apply for after completing your entrepreneurship masters with us are Assistant Manager, Chief Human Resource Manager, Executive Assistant, Marketing-Recruitment Officer, Finance Controller, and System Analyst. You can always consider starting your own business, since this subject is sure to help you bring out the hidden entrepreneur in you.
You could also consider joining the teaching profession and teach at higher levels like universities and colleges with the knowledge gained. Having flexibility in your thought process and a passion to learn is all that you need to shine after completing this course!