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Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Innovation

The M.S. in Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Innovation at Loyola Marymount University seeks to develop a new breed of entrepreneurial and innovative leaders — those that will strive to build a more sustainable and resilient world. We produce leaders who are responsible, ethical and values-centered. Our state-of-the-art, interdisciplinary curriculum, combined with the co-curricular programs of the Fred Kiesner Center for Entrepreneurship, will give you a broad set of cutting-edge entrepreneurial, managerial, legal and scientific competencies needed to create change in an organization or industry.

 

Admission Information

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Are you ready to make an impact and disrupt convention? Discover the opportunities our program prepares you for.
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Learn how our curriculum allows you to pursue your career goals while earning your degree.
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Roll up your sleeves and create the change you want to see. Find out how we teach brilliant minds a new approach to business.
Jason Wilk
With four successful ventures since graduation, including a disruptive financial services firm valued at $1 billion, Jason pulls from his consistent track record and knowledge of LMU to advise and support our program.
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Guided by entrepreneurship faculty, business students placed second in the Global Finals of the KPMG Innovation and Collaboration Challenge, held in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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Jerilyn López Mendoza, lawyer and President Obama appointee to the International EPA Advisory Committee, joins the MSESI faculty to teach “Environmental Law, Policy & Ethics."
Headshots of LMU alums Jordan Justus ’17 and Harris Lummis ’18
Jordan Justus ’17 and Harris Lummis ’18 received a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy for their company Automotus, a curb-management start-up that makes streets less congested, more sustainable and more equitable.