Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Certificate Program
This certificate program is designed for students who are interested in launching their own business venture or working in a small to medium sized business upon graduation.
Students must complete all requirements for at least one of the School of Business Administration's majors: Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, or Management Information Systems.
Students must complete the following two required courses:
- BGMT 448 Entrepreneurship
- BGMT 458 Advanced Entrepreneurship Seminar
Students must complete a 498 internship course offered by any of the School of Business Administration's major areas.
- This internship must be with an entrepreneurial venture.
- All internships for this certificate program must be approved by Dr. Klaus Uhlenbruck. Professor Uhlenbruck is located in GBB 326.
Students must complete 6 credits from outside their major area of study from the following courses:
- BFIN 301 Financial Statement Analysis
- BMIS 478 E-Commerce
- BMGT 420 Leadership & Motivation
- BMKT 337 Consumer Behavior
- BMKT 342 Marketing Research
- BMKT 343 Integrated Marketing Communications
- BMKT 460 Marketing of High-Tech Products & Innovations