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Certificate of Entrepreneurship

Want to highlight to employers that you have real-world skills to succeed in any career? The 9-credit Certificate of Entrepreneurship Certificate, comprised of three highly interactive and experiential courses, may be for you.

Eligibility Criteria:  The Certificate of Entrepreneurship is open to any undergraduate student of any major*
*Exception: Students in the Business Administration Entrepreneurship concentration or the Entrepreneurship Minor.

The courses in this certificate program allow students to form multidisciplinary teams and are charged with developing market-focused and solutions-oriented responses to real-world economic and social problems. Teams work with instructors and expert mentors while taking a deep dive into the business modeling and validation process. In the final course, students learn how to market and sell their idea, product, business or nonprofit.

The certificate consists of three, three-credit courses taken over two semesters:

ENTR 201 – The Entrepreneurial Mindset and Innovation
ENTR 301 – Creating Your Startup Business Model
ENTR 302 – Preparing to Pitch and Launch Your Startup

Click here to view instructions on how to apply. NOTE: The Entrepreneurship Certificate program can be found under the “Add a New Major” dropdown.

If you need further clarification or general information, please contact:

Ellyn A. McColgan Student Services Center
Feliciano School of Business Room 170
Phone: 973-655-4303


Madeleine Morrow
Feliciano School of Business Management Department
Room 430
Phone:  973-655-4269