The Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship has two goals. First, to provide individuals who anticipate starting their own business, and who have the basic foundation of a bachelor's degree, the opportunity to learn and apply the concepts and practical techniques which will enable them to succeed as entrepreneurs, regardless of their educational background or current job or position.
The second goal is for those already in business, to raise their business to a higher level of practice, sales, and service to the community.
The emphasis is on the practical application of academic theories and the experiences of successful entrepreneurs both in the U.S. and internationally in building their businesses considering the restrictions of limited resources, competition, and legal restraints. The certificate consists of a series of four graduate-level credit courses designed to provide graduates with the latest information and research available in all functional and technical areas which has been confirmed by the application in varied types and sizes of businesses in different industries.
Students must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.