Faculty – Vallari Chandna, Business Administration, and Ryan Kauth, Business Administration
A certificate in Entrepreneurship is available to students in all academic programs. It consists of a four-course structure. Entrepreneurship skills keep organizations viable through innovation, and are greatly valued in the workplace. Students learn about problem solving, resourcefulness, and entrepreneurial tools, as well as develop independent, creative and critical thinking skills. The final component of the certificate program is an intensive scalable business startup and pitch experience (BUS ADM 485) where students will start a real business. Students may need to declare for an Entrepreneurship Certificate prior to course registration.
|e-Entrepreneurship and Digital Management|
|Small Business Management & Family Entrepreneurship|
|New Venture Acceleration|