Masters in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship

For information regarding academic year costs please visit the Graduate School's Tuition & Fees website

PRIME offers some limited merit-based scholarships. These decisions are informed by an applicant's undergrad major and prior technology innovation or entrepreneurial activities given the program's focus. Need and overall cohort composition are also considered. All applicants (domestic and international) are considered. No additional materials are required. Scholarship decisions are made at the time of admission and are final.  Please note that scholarship award amounts and types may change year to year. Students are encouraged to explore work opportunities on the Brown campus. Research and Teaching Assistant positions are available for students to apply to. For information regarding financial aid, please visit the Office of Financial Aid:

Financing your Education

PRIME students are encouraged to explore work opportunities on the Brown campus.
Two large undergraduate classes where many PRIME students TA are ENGN0020 Transforming Society, Technology & Choices for the Future and ENGN0090 Management of Industrial & Non-profit Organizations
To supplement the other forms of support that may be received from Brown, students may also be eligible for federal direct student loans and other alternative loans. Student loans for graduate students are administered through the Office of Financial Aid.