What is the Undergraduate Certificate?
Stillman School students who take four, three-credit courses that are part of the entrepreneurial studies program obtain the Undergraduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship. These courses are electives taken largely in the Junior and Senior years. Students obtain the Certificate as part of their normal coursework, in addition to their concentration in management, marketing, finance, etc. (Students who pursue the entrepreneurship concentration do not qualify for the Certificate in Entrepreneurship, as students can obtain one or the other.)
Why is it important?
The skills and knowledge learned in the entrepreneurial studies program prepare students to start and run a business. Also important, many large corporations seek students who have developed the "entrepreneurial mindset," which enables them to be innovative and flexible in every business environment.
What do you learn?
Students learn how to recognize a business opportunity, conduct feasibility studies to determine if a proposed venture can be profitable, write business plans, find sources of funding, consider legal and financial aspects of creating a business, and work in teams to transform ideas into reality. Additionally, students start "virtual" as well as actual businesses, and hear from successful entrepreneurs who are guest speakers in classes.
Students are required to take three or more of the following courses: (Course offerings change each semester)
- BMGT 4640 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (prerequisite BMGT 2501)
- BMGT 4565 Innovation and Entrepreneurship (prerequisite BMGT 2501)
- BMGT 3442 Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship (prerequisite BMGT 4640)
- BMGT 4566 Starting a Business (prerequisite BMGT 4640)
- BMGT 4567 EXP Entrepreneurship Lab (prerequisite BMGT 4640 or BMGT 4565)
Students select one additional course from the following courses:
- BMGT 4640 Introduction to Entrepreneurship*
- BMGT 4565 Innovation and Entrepreneurship*
- BMGT 3442 Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship*
- BMGT 4566 Starting a Business*
- BMGT 4567 EXP Entrepreneurship Lab*
- BMGT 4562 Negotiation
- BMGT 4560 Project Management
- BMGT 3641/BITM 3741 Supply Chain Management
- BMGT/BSPM 4535 Management of Sport Organizations
- BMGT 3524 Doing Business in India
- BMGT 4552 China in the Global Economy
- BLAW 4310 NA Advanced Topics (Law and Entrepreneurship)
- BLAW 4320 Disruption, Technology & Law
- BACC 3115 Cost Accounting
- BAAC 3116 Financial Statement Analysis
- BFIN 3211 Financial Strategy
- BMKT/BMGT 4629 Sales and Personal Selling
- BMKT 4631 Advertising Management
- BMKT 4633 Product Management and Development
- BMKT 4637 Services Marketing
- BMKT 4625 Retail Marketing
- BMKT 3611 Marketing Research
- BMKT 4612 Quantitative Marketing Research
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