There's no stopping you now Once you have completed your D’Amore-McKim Graduate Certificate in Technological Entrepreneurship, endless opportunities lie ahead. Apply to a full master’s degree program and the credits you have already earned may be applied toward an eligible program, or explore new opportunities for career growth. Upon successful completion of a graduate certificate on campus, international students may even apply for up to twelve months of OPT work authorization in the U.S.

Where do you want to go next? Apply your new skills to the classroom or to the workplace. Your professional growth has just begun.

Your MS in Technological Entrepreneurship Path

Interested in pursuing a MS in Technological Entrepreneurship?

Your Graduate Certificate in Technological Entrepreneurship is a great first step. A master’s degree program can deepen your knowledge, further strengthen your resume, and demonstrate additional value to employers.

Once you have successfully completed a Graduate Certificate in Technological Entrepreneurship, and have applied and been accepted to the MS in Technological Entrepreneurship, then the credits you’ve earned during your certificate program will apply. Not only that, but your performance in the courses can make you eligible to waive the GRE/GMAT requirement. Earn a cumulative GPA of 3.3 and a “B” or better in each of your certificate classes, and we will waive the GRE/GMAT requirement as part of your application.

If accepted, your Graduate Certificate will help you yet again, as your credits may apply toward the MS in Technological Entrepreneurship program requirements. Read more below.

Jelena Pejic

“Whether you are looking to complete a master’s degree or excited about finding a new professional challenge, a Graduate Certificate in Technological Entrepreneurship is the perfect first step. Here, you’ll find the foundation you need to reach your goals.”

Jelena Pejic, Recruitment Manager

Apply your credits to a master's program

Through successful completion of your Graduate Certificate in Technological Entrepreneurship, you will earn 12-15 credits that may be applied to eligible master’s programs, both within D’Amore-McKim School of Business or in the College of Professional Studies. Upon acceptance to one of the degree programs listed below, you may be able to apply the credits you have already earned toward the completion of your degree.

Eligible master’s programs are offered online, as well as in Boston, Charlotte, Seattle, Toronto, and Silicon Valley. Location options vary by degree program.

International students complete online programs remotely from their home country. Northeastern’s vibrant and interactive online classrooms are a great way to continue your American business education from anywhere in the world.

 

Eligible Master's Degrees at D'Amore-McKim School of Business

MS in Technological Entrepreneurship

If you dream of founding a tech start-up, bringing an invention to market, or developing new technology for a major corporation, this 30-credit degree program will allow you to practice the skills you need to succeed.

Earn your MS in Technological Entrepreneurship, and build on the skills you began to develop during your Graduate Certificate in Technological Entrepreneurship studies. This program offers an integrated, interdisciplinary curriculum that draws on the faculty expertise of both the College of Engineering and the School of Business.

Learn to create new product lines and services, craft a strong business model, and effectively communicate your plan to potential financial backers. Your MS in Technological Entrepreneurship will allow you to demonstrate a new level of expertise to employers and investors.

D'Amore-McKim's entrepreneurship graduate programs were recently ranked among the "25 Top Graduate Programs for Entrepreneurship" by The Princeton Review.

This master's program is offered on the Boston campus.

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Eligible Master's Programs at the College of Professional Studies

MPS in Digital Media

From 3-D animation to game design, the MPS in Digital Media offers students the opportunity to master state-of-the art media and design techniques. Learn from industry experts as you study digital storytelling, usability, web development, and more.

This degree program, offered on Northeastern’s Boston campus, covers topics such as media creation, information design and development, usability, and narrative structure.

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MPS in Geospatial Services

This online program covers topics such as project management, system implementation, and database design. Study for a career in the fast-growing field of Geographic Information Technology, from geography and archeology to urban planning and natural resources management.

This program is 100% online.

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MS in Human Services

Make a difference! Prepare for a rewarding career in Human Services. Learn the skills you need to assist vulnerable populations in the US or abroad.

Human service professionals may provide direct services, supervise personnel, or administer programs and policies. In this innovative master’s program, you will learn how to perform assessments, develop service plans and policies, and lead interdisciplinary teams.

This 45-credit, online degree program offers concentrations in leadership, organizational communication, or global studies.

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MS in Leadership

As today's workforce continues to diversify, leadership tasks and responsibilities have become more complex. Leveraging students’ interdisciplinary backgrounds, the master's degree in leadership prepares students for the challenges and opportunities associated with leading in a global world by exploring key leadership areas such as: management, ethics, strategic thinking, and organizational culture.

This 45-credit degree is available online, in Boston, or in Charlotte, NC.

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MS in Nonprofit Management

Facing the threat of privatization and for-profit competition, nonprofit organizations are challenged to find leaders who not only possess keen business and managerial skills, but can also effect change at a community or social level. The MS in Nonprofit Management prepares you for a leadership position in a not-for-profit university, hospital, charity, foundation, or religious organization by allowing students to build strong leadership, managerial, and interpersonal skills, as well as gain in-depth knowledge of fundraising, marketing, program development, and governance issues.

This 45-credit degree is available online, in Boston, or in Seattle.

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MS in Project Management

The MS in Project Management degree program addresses every phase of this essential business discipline. These include project definition, cost and risk estimation, scheduling, budget management, negotiation and conflict resolution, and project presentation and evaluation. Effectively lead and manage sometimes interrelated, complex projects in a mature manner while avoiding common project management pitfalls.

This 45-credit degree is available in Boston, Charlotte, Toronto, the Silicon Valley, or online.

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MS in Regulatory Affairs for Drugs, Biologics, and Medical Devices

Learn how to manage the regulatory process for companies developing cutting-edge products in science and medicine.

This degree program accepts credit for only some of the courses completed through the Graduate Certificate of Technological Entrepreneurship program.

Study in Boston, Charlotte, Toronto, the Silicon Valley, or online.

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MS in Technical Communication

Train for a career as a technical writer, usability expert, content strategist, or technical trainer.

This degree program accepts credit for only some of the courses completed through the Graduate Certificate of Technological Entrepreneurship program.

This program is 100% online.

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Gain U.S. Work Elibility

Optional Practical Training (OPT)

International students who have successfully completed an 8-month Graduate Certificate in Business Administration on campus are eligible to apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT). OPT is a type of employment authorization that allows F-1 visa students to gain practical experience directly related to their major field of study through 12 months of work experience in the U.S.

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