The Future is Closer than You Think
The Graduate Certificate in Technological Entrepreneurship is an integrated, interdisciplinary program drawing on the faculty and expertise of the College of Engineering and the School of Business. This program offers four or five courses in the frameworks and methods needed for successful entrepreneurship.
Graduate Certificates require 12-15 credits that you may accelerate and take in as little as 4 months, or span over as long as 3 years. With three start dates each year and no GMAT test scores required, you can quickly gain a professional edge.
Advance your career now with a graduate credential and earn credits that may be applied to a future master’s degree.
Experiential Learning at D'Amore-McKim School of Business
The Graduate Certificate program integrates traditional academics, cutting-edge teaching techniques, and outside-the-classroom learning opportunities. At D’Amore-McKim, we believe that entrepreneurship and innovation are best taught experientially. Bring your own professional experience to classroom discussions, engage with the industry expertise of professors and peers, and apply newly acquired knowledge to real-world endeavors. Below, explore just some of the experiential learning opportunities for which you can apply as a student at D’Amore-McKim.
Starting your own business venture? Work with mentors, access financial support, and seek additional help in areas like marketing and communications. IDEA can help you bring your idea to life.
The 360 Huntington Fund is D’Amore-McKim School of Business’ student-managed mutual fund. Our students manage a half million dollars of the University’s endowment—are you up for the challenge?
International students who successfully complete a 15-credit certificate program on campus are eligible to apply for Optional Practical Training (OPT) work authorization. Apply your classroom learning to real-world work experience.