Entrepreneurship and Technology Management

Our Entrepreneurship and Technology Management MBA program is a challenging and fast-paced program designed for today's business leaders.

It combines creativity and practicality, providing instruction in the process of creating a new service or product as well as modern approach to bringing it to the marketplace.

Understanding the importance of technology and how to properly manage it is crucial to building a successful business. Firms that choose to compete based on innovation need businesspeople that can manage and lead the innovation process within the firm.

The Entrepreneurship and Technology Management program boasts a curriculum designed for the real world. Thanks to our smaller class environment graduates leave the program with the experience and skills necessary to manage innovation in a dynamic environment.

Industry leadership

With strong ties to the local and national business community, we draw upon the proven expertise of industry leaders as guest speakers, instructors, advisors and mentors in e-business.

Entrepreneurship and Technology Management students, whether enrolled in our one-year full time or part-time programs, complete four study modules as well as a Business Consultancy Project with a new or an established information technology firm to develop an organizational consulting project or a new business plan. Part-time students can complete their project at their current place of employment.


The University of New Brunswick Saint John MBA program provides the resources and support needed for the exciting and challenging path of entrepreneurship.

The MBA program is designed to encourage students to think creatively and develop business ideas which can lead to entrepreneurial opportunities upon graduation. Students will benefit from the entrepreneurial mindset and leadership capabilities of our faculty members.

Entrepreneurship is supported by UNB Saint John and our strong relationship with industry lead partners, idea incubators, business accelerators, early-stage funding organizations in New Brunswick and the Saint John business community.