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​Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises

Martin J. ​Whitman School of Management

As a graduate of the Whitman School’s entrepreneurship and emerging enterprises (EEE) program, you’ll add value to organizations by identifying fresh opportunities, growing new markets and infusing innovation.

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Pop Up Shop Ribbon cutting at Marshall Square Mall

Ranked #12 by U.S. News & World Report, EEE pulls comprehensive coursework, mentorship, internships, and professional resources together to create opportunities for you along four distinct tracks:

  • New venture creation
  • Corporate entrepreneurship
  • Social entrepreneurship
  • Family business

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About Whitman






The Whitman School develops entrepreneurial managers who will become leaders in an era of global competitiveness. Programs are built around the major driving forces in business today: entrepreneurial management, globalization, use of technology and leadership.

Learn more about the entrepreneurship and emerging enterprises program.


Core coursework covers entrepreneurial principles, emerging enterprises, and business management. Sample courses include:

  • Discovering the Entrepreneur Within
  • Imagination, Entrepreneurship, and Creative Problem Solving
  • Entrepreneurial Family Business Management
  • Sustainable Enterprise
  • Social Entrepreneurship in Action
  • Dilemmas and Debates in Entrepreneurship

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Dual Enrollment

The Whitman School of Management offers dual major programs with the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Information Studies (iSchool).

  • Gain an edge in a competitive job market by selecting Newhouse, where you’ll prepare to become an effective business leader and communicator.
  • The new Arts and Sciences dual program allows students to select one of four majors in the sciences, preparing them to work in fields such as pharmaceuticals.
  • Select the iSchool to develop a working knowledge of business along with technical training in information systems, setting yourself apart from traditional management students.
  • Complete your B.S. and J.D. in six years through the Whitman School and College of Law 3+3 Joint Degree Program.

Practical Experience

The EEE program is built on both the curriculum and student-centered opportunities for success, such as the Goodman IMPRESS* Program, which uses gamification and a four-house competitive model. Students earn points for themselves and their “house” while building skills for career success. Other opportunities:

*A Whitman exclusive

Study Abroad

Broaden your perspective and enhance your resume with a study abroad experience during your college years. Consistently ranked among the top 25 international education providers in the U.S., Syracuse Abroad has more than 100 programs in 60 countries. 

Entrepreneurship and emerging enterprises majors most often go abroad to Syracuse University centers in Florence, Hong Kong, London, and Madrid, and to our World Partner programs CEA Prague, FU-BEST Freie University Berlin, and the University of New South Wales.

Life After Syracuse University

With a degree in entrepreneurship and emerging enterprises, you will be well-prepared to explore careers such as:

  • Business owner
  • Management consultant
  • Business development
  • Market research analyst

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For more information or to visit the Whitman School, please contact Carol Heil, director of undergraduate recruitment, at 315.443.9222.