EXPERIENCE THE FUTURE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

The David Eccles School of Business offers an undergraduateInterdisciplinary Certificate in Entrepreneurship designed for all majors. The Certificate’s innovative and highly collaborative curriculum is intended to complement every major, and teaches students how to create, test, and launch new ventures.

ABOUT THE CERTIFICATE

A wealth of studies from around the world document an astonishing fact:  AT LEAST HALF of you WILL BE ENTREPRENEURS. Many of you will simply be self-employed and work as artists, contractors, consultants, etc. Others will try to start and operate small businesses with 3-5 employees. On average, 90% of those who try to establish an “on-going business” eventually fail. These statistics suggest that this certificate could be the most important take-away of your college experience!

The purpose of this certificate is to provide you with a transformational entrepreneurial experience. Upon completion, you will not only have created a prototype of an innovative product or service, you will also have the entrepreneurial and business skill sets needed to successfully bring your product or service to market.

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

18 Credit Hours Required for Certificate

Four “Core Entrepreneurship Courses” (Taught by DESB)

  • ENTP 1010: Entrepreneurship & Society (3) (BS)
  • ENTP 1020: Entrepreneurship & the Startup Methods (3) (AS)
  • ENTP 2010: Entrepreneurial Marketing (3)
  • ENTP 2020: Entrepreneurial Finance (3)

Two “Interdisciplinary Courses” (Taught by Partner Colleges)

BECOME AN ENTREPRENEUR