Northeastern University D’Amore-McKim School of Business’ Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship helps students learn the complete process for launching a cutting-edge venture and developing a business plan for a high-potential idea. Students build a strong foundation of business knowledge that includes product development, planning, and competitive strategies.
In just four courses—with the option to take a fifth course to deepen their knowledge base—students learn core business skills and essential best practices for commercializing innovation in a digital economy. Depending on the electives they choose, students explore critical topics in greater depth, such as disruptive technologies, lean design, or financing.
Students may enroll in the Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship for full-time or 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|
|Managing Operations in Early Stage Ventures|
|Business Planning for New Ventures|
|Business Model Design and Innovation|
|Financing Ventures from Early Stage to Exit|
|Family Business Leadership and Governance|
|Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital|
|Iterative Product Prototyping for Engineers|
|Emerging and Disruptive Technologies|
|Entrepreneurial Marketing and Selling|
|Lean Design and Development|
|Managing a Technology-Based Business|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
12 total semester hours required; may take a maximum of 15 semester hours
Minimum 3.000 GPA required