OUR AWARD-WINNING AND FLEXIBLE CURRICULUM
COMPLEMENTS ALL MAJORS.
Students must complete five courses in the following categories: Two Introductory Core Courses, Two Option Courses, and One Capstone Course.
Courses offered solely by the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program: introductory core courses and select option and capstone courses.
Incoming first year students from all over the world apply to participate in the Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community.
If you are looking to engage in entrepreneurship activities outside of the classroom, explore the several different entrepreneurship-related university recognized student organizations.
The Internship and Career Preparation Seminar (ENTR 46000 – 1 credit), helps students develop a self-awareness and an entrepreneurial mindset to set them apart from other job seekers.
Some study abroad programs are pre-approved as option or capstone requirements for certificate completion organized from across campus and through the study abroad office.
ENTR 20000, ENTR 31000 and ENTR 46000 (distance learning) are all offered during the summer session and in complimentary modules to allow for completion
The Director co-teaches Life of a Faculty Entrepreneur: Discovery Development Translation, designed to help understand technology commercialization before the start of a company.