What is Entrepreneurship?
Entrepreneurship includes much more than just the “traditional” sole proprietor concept. There’s also intrapreneurship (corporate entrepreneurship), social entrepreneurship, and global entrepreneurship. No matter what form your new venture might take, to succeed you need to know how to financially analyze the opportunity, how to secure your competitive advantage, how to market your new venture and ultimately how to manage your new business.
The Entrepreneurship certificate will provide you with those skills and also teach you how to leverage your current technical, creative and/or industry knowledge in an entrepreneurial context. Learn more: http://business.uc.edu/graduate/certificates/cert-crossdisciplinary.html
- Unofficial academic transcripts for admissions review. Official transcripts required when admitted.
- Letter of recommendation
- Undergraduate degree
The graduate certificate (Entrepreneurship) is granted to those who satisfactorily complete the required course work, carrying a minimum GPA of 3.0 or more. The degree must be completed within five years of acceptance into the program. All students must contract for graduation.
The Carl H. Lindner College of Business holds AACSB accreditation. AACSB International business accreditation is an achievement earned only by programs of the highest caliber. Institutions that earn accreditation confirm their commitment to quality and continuous improvement through a rigorous and comprehensive peer review. Less than one-third of U.S. business school programs and only 15% of business school programs worldwide meet the rigorous standards of AACSB International accreditation.