Undergraduate Catalog 2023-2024

Entrepreneurship Certificate

Program Overview

Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business

The Entrepreneurship Certificate is the applied aspect and the customization of course work to fit the student's interests and career plans. Faculty members from academic disciplines and applied fields provide a critical framework for students to build their perspective, knowledge, and skills to engage in entrepreneurship. Students in the certificate develop entrepreneurial mindsets, gain deep knowledge of opportunity discovery, venture creation, and entrepreneurial ecosystems, and engage in ideation, business planning, small business management, and networking with local entrepreneurs. Required courses are restricted to Juniors or above and students who have declared a business degree and/or the entrepreneurship certificate.

Certificate Requirements — 12 Credits

Required Certificate Coursework — 6 Credits

Take both of the following courses. 

BAMG 355Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship


BAMG 451Managing New Business Ventures


Electives — 6 Credits

Select any two of the following courses.

BAMG 407Small Business Counseling


BAMG 410Innovation and Entrepreneurship


BAMG 411Social Entrepreneurship


BAMG 412Sustainable Innovation


BAMG 492Internship in Management


Students must receive a C or better (C- is not acceptable) in all required courses for successful completion of the certificate.

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