Department of Marketing Communication
Entrepreneurial Studies Minor
Entrepreneurial Studies (E3) Program
“Students enter E3 with an idea, and emerge eight months later as CEOs of their own companies.”
The Emerson Experience in Entrepreneurship, known as E3, is a yearlong immersive program in the study of entrepreneurship with students learning how to build and launch a new business venture. Completion of two consecutive semesters of program coursework leads to a minor in Entrepreneurial Studies.
The Entrepreneurship program features a combination of applied and academic learning experiences that provides students with the foundational understanding of what it means to be an entrepreneur, and creates a journey that takes students from the classroom into the world of entrepreneurship. Students examine the many aspects of entrepreneurship and the role of the entrepreneur in a for-profit venture, a social entrepreneur in a non-profit organization or an intrapreneur, bringing innovation to a large corporate environment. Students in the Entrepreneurship program learn critical thinking and problem solving, and understand how to recognize and assess opportunities, craft business plans, develop business presentations, implement efficient operations and engage business partners and resources for their ventures.
The year’s finale is the E3 Exposition every Spring. E3 Expo is the annual event that culminates the Entrepreneurial program celebrating creativity in business at Emerson College. The E3 Expo acts as a perfect platform for the program students to showcase their ventures and gain recognition as well as prize money and donated services to help launch their business.
View the Entrepreneurship Program Curriculum »
Lu Ann Reeb, Director of Business and Entrepreneurship Studies
Interested in learning more about the Business Studies or Entrepreneurship Studies Minors? Please contact Lu Ann Reeb.