Earn a credential similar to a minor. Students must take five courses in the categories below,
HOW TO BEGIN
With no application necessary, students simply enroll in the first introductory course, ENTR 20000– Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and work with their academic advisor to determine an ideal plan of study.
Core courses provide students with the fundamental language, knowledge, leadership, and communication skills related to entrepreneurship and innovation. These required core courses are offered solely by the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program.
ENTR 20000 Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Innovation
ENTR 31000 Marketing and Management for New Ventures (Pre-req. ENTR 20000)
ENTR 31500 Business Planning for Social Entrepreneurship (Pre-req. ENTR 20000)
Option courses provide students with discipline or industry specific depth in areas that are relevant to entrepreneurship and innovation. They are offered through the Certificate in Entrepreneurship an Innovation Program as well as departments across the university.
Capstone courses provide students with experiences, which can include developing business plans for new ventures, consulting with small businesses or involvement in product innovation. They are offered through the Certificate in Entrepreneurship an Innovation Program as well as departments across the university.
In some cases, students will be permitted to substitute an additional capstone for one of the required option courses.
A grade of C- or higher is required for all ENTR designated 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.