The Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship is an applied program of study designed for individuals who seek to develop skills enabling them to lead venture creation processes and sustainable growth efforts in all types of organizations. Course experiences will enable students develop an entrepreneurial mindset and a deep understanding of problem identification, opportunity recognition, customer discovery, design thinking, and lean startup processes. Students may pursue a general track of study or may pursue either social or technology specialized tracks of study.
Applicants must meet general University of Missouri-St. Louis Graduate School admissions requirements.
The Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship is an experientially-based 12-credit-hour program. Students complete 6 credit hours of required coursework and 6 credit hours of specialized track coursework. Students can select technology, social, or general entrepreneurship tracks. Students must complete both elective courses from the same track of study. All course prerequisites and all course waivers are applicable. Substitute courses may be approved by the appropriate department chairperson and the Director of Graduate Business Programs. All 12 credit hours taken as part of this certificate transfer to the MBA degree program.
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