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Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program

The Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program develops the type of leaders our world needs most: leaders who create change by combining their passions with the power of entrepreneurship.

By connecting entrepreneurial education with service and ethical leadership, we prepare you to build on your interests and abilities to create a positive difference in the Jesuit tradition. If you are a high achiever with a passion for exploring new ideas, our program will help you expand your perspective, see the world in a new way, and put your ideas into action.

Through the program, you will benefit from:

  • Extensive hands-on experience
  • Networking with entrepreneurs
  • Rigorous, personalized learning
  • Community of like-minded students

Our three-year program follows an honors model and explores entrepreneurship across disciplines. We accept students from all majors who have career interests in virtually any field or industry. Completion of the program results in a minor in entrepreneurial leadership.

As part of the program, you are eligible to receive a $3,000 scholarship ($1,000 per year) and a waiver of tuition for credit hours over 18 per semester (up to 21 credits).

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Enrollment in the Hogan Program is highly competitive and limited to 25 students per year.

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About the Program

Learn more about the Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program and what it has to offer you.

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View list of program requirements here.

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New Venture Lab

A student run organization that works with local entrepreneurs to help develop new products and business ventures.

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Interns gain valuable practical experience in applying concepts and analytical tools from their curriculum.

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