Students who pursue the Certificate in Entrepreneurial Management develop a solid foundation in entrepreneurial management, professional leadership, and communication skills that prepare them for a variety of career opportunities or to start their own business. They are able to apply their innovative problem-solving and critical thinking skills to contemporary issues, to develop strategies to seize upon opportunities, and to build and lead successful teams.
As an entrepreneurial management student, you’ll learn from a team of faculty members and business leaders. You will study the entrepreneurial approach to acquiring and managing resources; develop team-building skills; participate in experiential learning opportunities; and network with successful entrepreneurs and business leaders.
This certificate program is open to current University of Iowa undergraduate students and to individuals who have earned a bachelor's degree and are not enrolled in a UI graduate or professional degree program, except for students earning the BBA in management (entrepreneurship management track) or the BA in enterprise leadership.
The University of Iowa provides a variety of scholarships to eligible undergraduate students through the Iowa Scholarship Portal. Scholarships are available to first-year, transfer, and currently enrolled students. For additional details on scholarships for your program of study, check directly with the department or college.
The undergraduate Certificate in Entrepreneurial Management requires a minimum of 18 s.h. of credit in core courses and electives.
See Entrepreneurial Management in the UI General Catalog to learn about required course work for the certificate.