The Founders Academy is a program run by Elon Musk’s company SpaceX.
The company has offered to train a cadre of students at the private college to earn a degree in entrepreneurship.
Founders Academy is now accepting applications for the 2016-17 academic year.
The college is one of two schools on the list of private schools that offer a masters in entrepreneurship degree programs.
For a fee, the program will pay $3,600 for two years and $2,700 for two semesters.
If selected, the student must pass the 2016 educational entrance exam, or an equivalent.
The exam is designed to assess the student’s skills in the areas of entrepreneurship and business.
To earn the Founders Education, the candidate must earn a Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited program.
Students must also pass the SAT and ACT, and have at least one quarter of college credit taken, according to the Founders academy website.
The company has previously partnered with the American Association of University Professors to train graduates of its programs.
Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, has previously been a board member for the AUSA, and was a co-founder of the AUP.
The AUSA oversees the entrance exams for all private schools, and is the official source for the College Board’s rankings.
The 2016-2017 school year is the most competitive in the program’s history.
The school has also been able to raise the stakes significantly, with the admissions process now requiring an additional application from each applicant.
The program is currently open to anyone who has not previously completed a bachelor’s degree, and the college says it’s looking to expand its enrollment by 25 percent over the next three years.