Northeastern University D’Amore-McKim School of Business’ Graduate Certificate in Corporate Innovation prepares students with an agile, curious mindset and expertise in proven innovation practices.
In just four courses—with the option to take a fifth course to deepen their knowledge—students learn essential innovation tools for improving processes, products, and services, emphasizing driving growth through innovation. Depending on the electives chosen, students explore critical topics in greater depth, such as social enterprise, business model design, or corporate entrepreneurship.
Students may enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Corporate Innovation for full-time and part-time study.
|ENTR 6200||Enterprise Growth and Innovation||3|
|In consultation with advisor, complete 9 graduate-level semester hours from the following for which prerequisites have been met:||9|
|Business Planning for New Ventures|
|Family Business Leadership and Governance|
|Competing in Dynamic, Innovation-Driven Markets|
|Intellectual Property and Other Legal Aspects of Business and Innovation|
|Acquisitions, Alliances, and Growth|
|Product Development for Engineers|
|Creating an Innovative Organization|
|The Human Side of Innovation|
|Law for Managers and Entrepreneurs|
|Innovation for Next-Generation Products and Systems|
|New Product Development|
|Managing a Technology-Based Business|
|The Technical Entrepreneur as Leader|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
12 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required