Entrepreneurship Course at Harvard

An entrepreneurship course at Harvard University is a requirement for all Harvard Business School first year students. This introductory course is called The Entrepreneurial Manager (TEM), and it is among several first year courses which focus on entrepreneurial case studies as a teaching model. TEM incorporates various aspects of an entrepreneurial business approach into a general management framework.

For second year students, there are more than 20 choices of elective courses at Harvard Business School which have a significant entrepreneurial component. These courses are grouped into three major categories, which include historical perspectives on entrepreneurship, case studies of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial business start up and management. The courses which focus on projects and field studies are a great option for those who want to get to work on developing their ideas for a start up business.


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