College of Liberal Arts Senior and Corporate Communications major Juel Aaron is a strong supporter in causes and organizations she deeply believes in. Juel, a Noblesville native, who is pursuing a minor in Film & Video Studies, is very active…
Students must complete five courses in the following categories: Two Introductory Core Courses, Two Option Courses, and One Capstone Course.
ENTR DESIGNATED COURSES
Courses offered solely by the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program: introductory core courses and select option and capstone courses.
ALL APPROVED COURSES
An all-inclusive list of approved courses from all disciplines available to students as they pursue the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
RELATED OFFERINGS AND OPPORTUNITIES TO EXPLORE
Incoming first year students from all over the world apply to participate in the Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community. Students reside on the same floor in Harrison Hall (male and female wings) and attend the same entrepreneurship class, ENTR 20000– Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Innovation, during the fall semester. →
The Internship and Career Preparation Seminar (ENTR 46000 – 1 credit), is a unique professional development curriculum based on entrepreneurship competencies and is offered each semester including summer. This course provides students a flexible option course while developing new professional skills and improving existing ones. →
Although the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program is geared for undergraduate students, the Program Director co-teaches a graduate level course, designed to help them understand technology commercialization before the start of a company, offered once a year titled Life of a Faculty Entrepreneur: Discovery Development Translation. →