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 Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program is the hub for cross-campus entrepreneurship education at Purdue University. Similar to a minor, the program is available to undergraduate students in all majors who want to transform their ideas into new ventures, generate value in established organizations, or have a positive impact on society.

To participate, students complete a series of five courses or entrepreneurship-related experiences, some of which may overlap with academic requirements in their majors. Each year, the program enrolls approximately 2000 students in 50 entrepreneurship classes, where students get hands-on experience with creativity, ideation, feasibility analysis, market research, business models, financial analysis, investor pitches, teamwork and leadership.

Learn more about this program and how it fits with any plan of study.

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INFORMATIONAL FLYER – provides overview of undergraduate entrepreneurship program information and requirements.

LIVING LEARNING COMMUNITY FLYER – provides basic information about our entrepreneurship learning community for incoming freshman.

FAQ FLYER – provides answers to frequently asked questions.