The Entrepreneurship Certificate1 is an academic program, which includes the following twelve semester credits as follows:
|ENT 371||Introduction to Entrepreneurship||3|
|ENT 373||New Venture Feasibility||3|
|ENT 374||New Venture Start-Up and Growth||3|
|ENT 471||Entrepreneurship Capstone||3|
The Entrepreneurship certificate will not count as a secondary program when combined with the standard Business Administration major. This certificate can count as a secondary program when combined with other COB majors. Please see the list of approved major/minor combinations that satisfy university academic concentration requirements.
Program Learning Outcomes
Students completing this program will be expected to meet the following learning outcomes:
- Analyze new business opportunities to select a business startup idea.
- Evaluate the startup business idea using primary and secondary research.
- Formulate financial projection spreadsheets to assist determination of business feasibility.
- Construct and communicate a formal business plan presentation.