Entrepreneurship Undergraduate Certificate
College of Business Administration - CBA
This certificate program is designed to offer business students the opportunity to complement their major field of study with an additional concentration in entrepreneurship. Students will take a coordinated series of courses and receive a certificate that signifies their knowledge in this area.
Students completing the Entrepreneurship Certificate will have coursework in venture financing, business plan development, marketing, and a variety of topics relating to entrepreneurship. With this background in addition to a major field, students can gain the knowledge and skills needed to assess new enterprise opportunities, obtain financial resources, market and start new ventures, and manage entrepreneurial ventures for growth and profitability.
To apply for admission to this program, you should complete an application form.
You may obtain the application form by mailing your request to that address or by downloading the form. You should use the code ENTU10CRT in the application form.
To obtain a certificate in entrepreneurship, students must complete six of the following courses (18 credit-hours):
Program of Study
To be admitted to the Entrepreneurship Certificate Program, undergraduate business students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher. Students opting for the Certificate in Entrepreneurship must complete the following six (6) courses and obtain a grade of "C" or higher in each of the six courses (18 credits). This Certificate is NOT available to non-business students.
Group A: All courses are required (9 credit hours):
ENT 4113 - Entrepreneurship: New Business Development
GEB 4110 - Writing the Business Plan (offered spring semester only)
MAN 4802 - Launching and Growing the Business
Group B: Three of the following courses are required (9 credit hours):
ENT 4604 - Product Development and Innovation
ENT 4704 - International Entrepreneurship
FIN 4702 - Entrepreneurial Finance
GEB 4153 - Social & Nonprofit Entrepreneurship
MAN 4054 - Managing Innovation
MAN 4301 - Human Resource Management
MAN 4864 - Family Business
MAR 4025 - Marketing of Small Business Enterprises
MAR 4400 - Personal Selling
AMH 4373 - Entrepreneurs in the US
AMH 4375 - Technology and American Society
HFT4292C - Entrepreneurship in Hospitality & Tourism
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* Please note that online courses may require a proctored midterm and/or final exam(s). Please review our Student Proctored Exam Instructions page for further information.
Name: Rosa Garcia
Department of Management and International Business
Florida International University
11200 SW 8th Street, RB 310
Miami, FL 33199