Start Year Zero with the Master of Sciene in Entrepreneurship

Master of Science in Entrepreneurship

Year Zero of your startup

The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship prepares you to launch by giving you the knowledge, mentoring, experience, and connections to help you navigate key entrepreneurial challenges and build a high-impact venture. We’ve designed a curriculum that follow the startup experience—ideation, formation, execution, and scale.

Program overview

Start date: June, 20 2018

Program duration: 12 months (summer, autumn, winter, and spring quarters)
Credits: 46
Cohort Size: Up to 30
Program type: Full-time, weekdays and some evenings
Class type: Cohort-based, lock-step, in-person

International application deadline: December 15
Domestic (U.S. citizens, permanent residents) application deadline: February 15
Tuition: WA resident $24,900, non-resident $38,900

Rolling Admission

The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship Program reviews applications on a rolling basis: August 15, October 15, December 15 (International applicant deadline) and February 15 (Domestic application deadline). Complete applications submitted by these dates are reviewed and provided with an admission decision in five weeks of the review date.

Entrepreneurial to the core

You’ve fallen in love with an idea that’s been floating around your head. Maybe you’ve talked about it with friends and coworkers, or maybe it’s still in the formulation stage. As you consider the type of life you want to lead, you realize the “normal” path just isn’t for you. You want to put that spark of an idea into action and make it happen by applying for this program!

Turn a good idea into a great idea

Think you can just read a couple of books or learn on the job? Maybe, but with what result? Set yourself up for success! We’ve combined a hands-on, accelerator approach to developing your idea with the richness and rigor of learning that the University of Washington (the second most innovative public university in the world) can offer.

The people you need to know

Along the way, you’ll work with the Foster School’s best entrepreneurship faculty and startup lecturers and connect with the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship‘s resources and competitions. You’ll receive intensive mentoring by a core group of Seattle entrepreneurs and have access to venture capitalists, angel investors, and attorneys. Learn more about the mentors.

Seattle is the place to launch

Big data. AI. Cloud. VR/AR. Space. These hot new industries are taking anchor in Seattle. But the northwest has a history of great innovators and big thinkers (think retail innovation!)., Microsoft, Nordstrom, Starbucks, Costco all launched here and found support from the thriving entrepreneurial community.

As a graduate of the MS in Entrepreneurship program, you will be able to:

Find and evaluate entrepreneurial opportunities
Lead and coordinate entrepreneurial teams
Build and grow a new venture
Find and build customers
And develop financing strategies and manage profitability for a new venture.