Entrepreneurship and Innovation Certificate
Today every business needs to be innovative to compete and they seek employees who know something about innovation and entrepreneurship. This certificate provides students with an insight into how to successfully start new business ventures, and create innovation and growth in existing businesses with entrepreneurial thinking. The Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation compliments any major program at the university by providing a pathway to pursue the study of entrepreneurship and innovation in a cross disciplinary approach – empowering students to think innovatively in their pursuit of knowledge.
The program requires a total of nine credits composed of three classes, including MHR 373 Entrepreneurship. The certificate will appear on your transcript.
Official Title: Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Prerequisites: Department Consent
Eligibility: Open to any student interested in understanding the process, network, and resources necessary to develop their own startup venture. Students from the Oshkosh, Fox Valley, and Fond du Lac campuses are eligible to enroll. Not available to Management/Family Business & Entrepreneurship concentration majors.
Any student interested in the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation should discuss with their academic advisor. Further questions can be directed to Sarah DeArmond, Chair of the Management and Human Resources Department.