OPTION COURSES

Providing discipline or industry specific depth, students can take our offerings
or approved courses across campus to fulfill the second requirement.

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ENTR 46000
INTERNSHIP AND CAREER PREPARATION SEMINAR

1 credit hour – ONLINE – Fall/Spring/Summer
Fulfills a option course requirement, among many other offerings.

Overview: ENTR 46000 provides students new professional skills and improve existing ones. This course offers a unique professional development curriculum based on entrepreneurship competencies.

ENTR 47000A

ENTR 47000A
WOMEN AND LEADERSHIP

3 credit hours – SPRING ONLY
Fulfills option requirement, among many other offerings

Overview: ENTR 47000A provides a social and historical perspective of women in leadership, as well as the practical skills students can use to develop their own leadership abilities.

COURSE DETAILS

ENTR 46000 – Internship and Career Preparation Seminar

ENTR 46000 is a 1 credit, online, option course for the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. It provides opportunities for students to develop new professional skills and improve existing ones. This course offers a unique professional development curriculum based on entrepreneurship competencies. Research shows that workforce preparation based on entrepreneurship education is an effective way to equip students of all majors with a flexible skill set that enhances their employability regardless of their career goals. Students will gain an understanding of what it takes to successfully transfer academic skills to a workplace setting and develop an entrepreneurial mindset that sets them apart from other job seekers. They will use tools and develop resources to illustrate their skills, talents, abilities and goals to increase career preparedness.

ENTR 47000A – Women and Leadership

ENTR 47000A is an option course for the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. It provides a social and historical perspective of women in leadership, as well as the practical skills students can use to develop their own leadership abilities. This team-taught and highly interactive course provides the opportunity for students to meet with women leaders from a variety of organizations. Topics of social, political, and economic interest are covered, as are discussions of current issues and research relevant to leadership success.

APPROVED COURSES

View a comprehensive list of approved option and capstone courses across all colleges.

Curriculum is likely to change each semester. Please check here periodically for new additions and work with academic advisors to ensure completion of the certificate.

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