Prepare to shape the future of business. The online Master's in Entrepreneurship and Emerging Technology (MEET) leverages core curriculum, community ecosystems, and professional mentorship to deliver the deep experience-driven program you need to unlock a multitude of career possibilities.
May 30, 2021
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Per credit hour (total cost: $29,850)
Miami University's online MEET program equips you with both strong technology-driven entrepreneurial expertise and marketable skills required by top employers. You'll start by mastering graduate-level fundamentals in emerging technology and entrepreneurship in the program’s core coursework, but that’s just the beginning.
Most people entering the startup workforce have a background in either entrepreneurship or emerging technology. Through the MEET program, you'll gain expertise in both, achieving a broad and deep understanding of the major issues and concerns driving industry growth, academic scholarship, and public discourse in the technology entrepreneurship landscape.
Employ data and ethnographic research, define problems, brainstorm, and rapidly prototype and test solutions. Learn from thought leaders as you dive deeper into applied problem solving during your on-ground boot camp in Silicon Valley. Gain effective and professional decision-making through mentoring and connections with industry experts. And finally, put all you’ve learned to use in your graduate research project.
Entrepreneurial thinking and technology expertise are skills needed in any job — from traditional brick and mortar to online, from multi-national corporations to small businesses. Potential jobs are as varied as startup founder, digital marketer, growth hacker, social media marketer, UX designer, UX researcher, product manager, or project manager. All of these are areas with growing job demand.
Whether I was working on a collaborative project with my coworkers at my internship, or on my capstone project with my class, I was almost always in an environment where collaboration was essential. I would not be the person I am today without the program’s unique opportunities and the team of professors dedicated to helping me grow.
Alex Borowitz '20
I met notable alumni and networked with some of the Bay Area’s top talent. I was able to help lead my startup to an acquisition by GoodRx. I wouldn't have had the opportunity to put myself in this position if it weren't for the help of Miami's resources and staff. I can now see why Miami Alumni are so generous with helping current students. The program that gave me so much deserves high quality mentorship for its current students.
Michael Watchmaker '19
I was able to work with a highly connected mentor in San Francisco who challenged me to do my best work. I gained a whole new perspective by seeing Silicon Valley first hand and being a part of that culture. I explored amazing places, made new friends, and learned more than I ever could have in the classroom, both personally and professionally. I am so grateful for the impact it immediately made on me.
Jordan Podjil '20
If I could go back out to San Francisco and do it all over again, I absolutely would. I didn’t understood going in just how valuable the experience would be to my professional career.
Caitlin Madden '21
Earn your Master's in Entrepreneurship and Emerging Technology in as little as 10 months. Complete 18 credit hours of graduate fundamentals in the area, and build on your foundation from there.
To apply for the MEET program, you'll need:
As a student in the Miami Online program, you’ll have the academic support you need to be successful, as well as the technical support and assistance with cost and aid you may need along the way.
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