Are you a prospective, admitted, or current undergraduate student interested in studying entrepreneurship? Learn more about our award-winning program open to all undergraduate majors!


The award-winning and Princeton Review ranked Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program is designed to turbocharge any undergraduate Purdue degree and enhance job prospects and choices.

Purdue’s Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program is an interdisciplinary, experiential learning, credential similar to a minor. In the program, undergraduate students complete five courses, some of which may overlap with requirements in their major.

It complements all areas of study by providing students with knowledge, skills and experiences related to new venture and value creation.

Empowered to turn their innovative ideas into action, students choose careers in start-ups, industry or non-profit organizations and define success on their own terms.

Learn more about the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program and how this program fits with any major by exploring these resources and contacting us.

View course Requirements


INFORMATIONAL FLYER – provides high level undergraduate entrepreneurship program information and requirements.

LIVING LEARNING COMMUNITY FLYER – provides basic information on our first semester freshmen learning community for entrepreneurship students.

FAQ FLYER – provides answers to prospective entrepreneurship students’ frequently asked questions.