Undergraduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship

The undergraduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship offers a unique learning experience for students who aspire to pursue an entrepreneurial career or simply learn about entrepreneurship. Students will explore the entrepreneurial career option, examine the entrepreneurial process and the skills-set needed for entrepreneurial success. Students will have the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills through the Entrepreneurial Internship Program. The Certificate in Entrepreneurship is available to all students on campus.

The Certificate in Entrepreneurship is available to students in all University majors. Interested students are required to complete 18 semester hours as follows:

Business Majors 

Entrepreneurs Courses

Entrepreneurship MGMT 343

New Venture Creation

MGMT 349
Internship in Entrepreneurship                             MGMT 398

Special Topics in Entrepreneurship            

MGMT 485
  

Supporting Courses in Students’ Major

Principles of Management        

MGMT 201

Principles of Marketing

MKTG 230
Business Finance FIN 253

  

Non-Business Majors

Entrepreneurship Courses

Entrepreneurship                                                  

MGMT 343
  

Choose one (1) of the following:

New Venture Creation MGMT 349
Internship in Entrepreneurship                             MGMT 398
Special Topics in Entrepreneurship             MGMT 460
  

Business Courses

Principles of Marketing MKTG 230
Principles of Management MGMT 201
    

Supporting Courses in Students’ Majors

6 hours of electives (selected by each program)

To receive the certificate, students must:

  1. Complete a minimum of 18 credit hours required for the certificate.
  2. Receive a minimum grade of “C” for each course.
  3. Apply on a prescribed form, listing the courses taken and the grades received.
  4. Meet all departmental and University requirements for te particular bachelor’s degree.

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