Graduate Certificate in Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship
The graduate certificate in innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship broadens the field of study from beyond the primary focus of starting a new venture to include exploring how one acts more entrepreneurial, takes risks, and creatively introduces new innovations and combinations in organizations both large and small. The foundation of the graduate certificate is the core introductory course, MGT 6280 Entrepreneurship, which introduces students to the concentration and the importance and benefits of entrepreneurship
Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 12 credits, including one 3-credit required course and 9 credits in elective courses.
|Three courses from the following:|
|MGT 6281||Small Business Management|
|MGT 6282||New Venture Initiation|
|MGT 6283||Strategic Entrepreneurship|
|MGT 6284||Family Business Management|
|MGT 6285||Social Entrepreneurship|
|MGT 6286||Creativity and Innovation|
|ISTM 6234||New Venture Financing|