A graduate certificate in Entrepreneurship develops your ability to analyze industry-specific issues from a global perspective, fosters critical thinking, and enhances the skills needed for today’s competitive field of entrepreneurship. Faculty from the Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship have partnered with approximately 30 entrepreneurs-in-residence across campus to create an interdisciplinary entrepreneurship curriculum. Your studies will include introductory graduate courses in entrepreneurship and leadership, as well as specialized courses within the current graduate program. During your studies, you will have opportunities for case-study learning and innovative, hands-on application. Students from all academic disciplines are encouraged to pursue the certificate to expand knowledge in their chosen field by linking it to an entrepreneurial career.
Entrepreneurship, Graduate Certificate
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