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Menlo College Catalog

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Management, in a time of rapid change requires skills for identifying opportunities and acting on them quickly. The Entrepreneurship and Innovation concentration includes 7 courses (21 units) and an internship. The concentration has four required courses as well as a wide range of electives that can be chosen from two tracks: Management of Innovation, and Social Innovation. The Management of Innovation track focuses on leading management concepts and tools for entrepreneurship and innovation, either by creating a new business, investing in a startup, or by revitalizing an existing private large firm, public organization or non-profit organization. The Social Innovation track focuses on management concepts and tools for entrepreneurship and innovation that affect social or environmental change.

Real Estate

Whether it is personal or professional, commercial or residential, society operates through the real estate arena. Whether you are interested in the housing, retail, office, or hospitality sectors of real estate, and whether you would like to work in the non-profit, for-profit or governmental sectors – they all do real estate. The opportunities are highly varied and companies large and small are looking for young graduates with collegiate real estate education. The Real Estate concentration has four required courses covering real estate principles, real estate law, and real estate finance, plus an additional upper division 3 credit real estate elective course. An internship is required and The Real Estate Center @ Menlo College can help students make a connection with the type of real estate company that interests you. Students who wish to take advantage of positions in commercial property management or sales for commercial or residential property can access an alumni fund that subsidizes the cost of preparing for the California licensing exam.

Sports Management

The Sports Management program at Menlo College prepares students for internal positions in sports organizations, sales, public marketing, radio, television, and event management. Our curriculum consists of 19 units of study, along with a 6-credit internship. Students complete several core courses providing an introduction to the field and research methods utilized in sports management. Students then select several courses within two main domains: Organizational Issues and Computational Analysis. We offer numerous courses touching on some of the key issues in sports management, such as Sports Analytics, Marketing, Economics, Ethics, among others. Our students have interned and even gone on to work in marketing, sales, and event management for the San Francisco 49ers, Golden State Warriors, San Francisco Giants, San José State University, Stanford University, and others. The program culminates in a final course on professional skills and career paths in sports to further enlighten our students about the various pathways upon graduation.

International Management

Competing in a global economy requires new skills and new perspectives. Businesses across the globe face pressures from customers, social and environmental organizations, governments, and communities to meet new expectations. At the same time, they face unprecedented pressure to stay competitive in a global marketplace. The International Management Concentration helps students develop skills to identify and act upon new competitive opportunities resulting from these pressures. They learn skills to compete effectively in a world in which success comes from anticipating and meeting constantly changing expectations.

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