If you want to develop the skills to start your own business, consider completing the Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship Certificate. This program can be completed in tandem with any undergraduate degree, allowing you to complement your undergraduate studies with skills in entrepreneurship. All entrepreneurship students must complete a capstone course to receive the certificate, and additional coursework from partner colleges rounds out the curriculum. Students of the program will learn to create, test, and launch their own entrepreneurial ideas, equipped to enter the working world as innovators and creators.
Academic and Career Opportunities
The Lassonde Entrepreneurship Institute offers entrepreneurship students several academic enrichment and involvement opportunities. Participate in the Make program for experience using prototyping tools, enter the Statewide Business Model Competition for a chance to win money to launch your own company, or become a Student Leader in one of the Lassonde programs. Depending on your degree program, the Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship certificate can be used for careers in a number of areas. Engineering students can use their entrepreneurship skills to launch their own technological breakthroughs, while English students may wish to use their business acumen as they become freelance editors or create their own publishing companies.
- Department of Entrepreneurship & Strategy
- David Eccles School of Business
- Department Advising
- Career & Professional Development Center