BABSON College Entrepreneurship Program

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Are you ready? Great, let's get started in making your entrepreneurial dreams a reality!

Babson College's Introduction to Entrepreneurship online program will move your entrepreneurial ambitions forward. Whether you are someone who always wanted to be an entrepreneur but can't find the exact right idea or you have got a concept but are having difficulty moving it to the next stage, this program is designed for you. We will work on-line, off-line, independently, and together in live sessions to help you develop a new logic to expand your entrepreneurial thinking. Through exercises, activities, and various multimedia sessions you'll discover the latest in entrepreneurial thought and practice from the world's leading institution for entrepreneurship education – Babson College.

An independent, not-for-profit institution, Babson is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, and the EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIS). In the 2015–2016 academic year, more than 2,100 undergraduate and 900 graduate students are attending Babson, representing more than 80 countries


Best for Entrepreneurship (Undergraduate Business Program)
U.S. News & World Report
Entrepreneur Magazine/The Princeton Review
#1 Entrepreneurship 1995, 1996, and 1999–2017, the only years for this ranking
Entrepreneur Magazine/The Princeton Review

Best for Entrepreneurship (MBA Worldwide)
U.S. News & World Report
#1 Entrepreneurship 1994–2019
Financial Times
Worldwide among MBA Programs in Entrepreneurship

Top Entrepreneurial Programs
#1 2012–2016, 2009, 2007, 2018
#2 2011, 2008
#3 2010

This is a fully online, 4-week certificate program facilitated by the American University of Technology and offered by Babson College. Upon the program start, Week 1 materials will be provided and you may begin to engage in asynchronous (self-paced) Foundational Work, i.e. independent completing assignments, watching videos and engaging with the Professors from Babson College.

A virtual class session will take place each week and provide live interaction with other participants as well as the Professors. Access to Weeks 2, 3 and 4 will be provided on the day after the virtual class session with a schedule similar to Week 1.

We use a number of leading software applications to facilitate your learning and communication with your faculty. Upon the program start, you will be provided access to the following systems:
Blackboard Learning Management System will be the source for all information, assignments, readings, links, etc.
Knovio will be used to record and upload an introduction video and rocket pitches
Articulate Online will be used to run a Simulation.
WebEx will be used for the weekly Virtual Sessions.

Goals of the Course: The goal of Babson's Introduction to Entrepreneurship is for you to gain a skill set and an approach that can be applied in order to launch new ventures and other entrepreneurial endeavors. The program strongly encourages practice over an emphasis on theory.
The Curriculum: The program curriculum is designed to take you through the critical components of the entrepreneurial process. Descriptions for each week are outlined below.
Week 1 sets the groundwork for the entire program by examining how entrepreneurs of all kinds think and act while developing and executing new opportunities. Entrepreneurial Thought and Action (ET&A) is Babson's action-based framework that will help you get started on your ideas sooner rather than
later. Part of the ET&A methodology is understanding who you are and how you "fit" with the idea you want to move forward. Why should you be the person to act on the opportunity that you identify?

This session introduces Design Thinking as an approach to entrepreneurial action and innovation. Design Thinking is a resource for opportunity identification, product and service development and venture strategy formulation. In this module you will analyze different video cases which suggest opportunities and challenges associated with Design Thinking. Moreover, you will grapple with the difficulties of truly empathizing with a target market and thus complexities in creating value for customers and users.

Week 3 introduces Opportunity Assessment, the difference between venture success and failure is a function of whether your idea is truly an opportunity. You will spend some time studying the viability of your idea with an opportunity checklist. One of the most overlooked keys to entrepreneurial success is distribution. Reaching the customer can be very difficult, even for the most experienced entrepreneur. Answering the question, "How do you reach the customer?" will be critical for goal achievement.

Entrepreneurs need to be able to convey their ideas succinctly and persuasively to gain support, whether looking for business partners, advisors, funding, or customers. Your success in pitching a business idea, whether as a start-up or within a larger organization, will depend on several key factors. The validity of your business idea and how well it matches a customer need is essential. In addition, how you deliver your pitch and your personal communication skills will also influence whether you achieve your goals. People that you meet are not only assessing your ideas but also your own personal leadership capability and level of engagement.

Contact 76 80 80 01 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to inquire about registration conditions and deadlines and about the fees for this course.

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