|Interdisciplinary Undergraduate |
Fall 2017 Courses!
Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Certificate Description
This 18-credit hour certificate, which includes 9 hours of required coursework, will allow students from different majors and with different professional interests to investigate the foundations of entrepreneurial practice. This certificate is appropriate for any student who has an interest in advancing his or her knowledge, creativity, and skills necessary to become or work with entrepreneurs, bring entrepreneurial thinking to his or her workplace, and who seeks a competitive edge in the job market. This certificate will allow students to take advantage of the increasing entrepreneurial atmosphere of St. Louis.
|Course Code||Course Name||Credit Hours|
|BUS AD 1001||Introduction to Entrepreneurship||3|
|BUS AD 4001||Accelerate Capstone||3|
BUS AD 3040
Creativity and Systems for Innovation
Students must complete a minimum of 9 hours, chosen from any of the following lists. The groupings are suggestions that would provide a concentrated focus in a specific area. Additional courses that may meet this requirement include:
1. a course designated as Entrepreneurship in transfer;
2. future courses, as approved by the director of entrepreneurship certificate.
|Certificate Track Titles|
|Entrepreneurship in the Arts|
|Entrepreneurship with Digital Marketing|
|Focus on Entrepreneurship|