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Certificate in Entrepreneurship

Students must take a total of six courses from the list of courses as follows:

Entrepreneurship Core and Capstone

Required for all students:


MNGT 3700 Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (3 hours)
BUSN 3710 Entrepreneurial Financial Management (3 hours)
MNGT 3720 Entrepreneurial Marketing (3 hours)
MNGT 4960 Entrepreneurship Capstone (3 hours)
Entrepreneurship Elective Courses
Students must select two courses specific to their field of study.

Track for School of Business
CSIS 1500 Introduction to Business Technologies (3)
MNGT 3450 Principles of Organizational Behavior (3 hours)

Track for Mobile Computing
COSC 2070 Introduction to Mobile Technology (3 hours)
COSC 2810 Systems Analysis and Design (3 hours)

Certificate

A certificate is a cohesive set of courses reflecting the knowledge and/or skills in a narrowly defined discipline that can be awarded as a stand-alone credential. Certificate programs are designed for both first-time degree-seeking students and individuals who already possess a baccalaureate degree. The University's certificates can be viewed at http://www.webster.edu/catalog/current/undergraduate-catalog/certificates/

Requirements for Certificates

  • Students must complete at least 18 credit hours of specified coursework in residence at Webster University.
  • Transfer credits may not be applied to a certificate.
  • Students must earn at least a grade of C or better in courses applied to the certificate. Some departments may establish a higher cumulative grade requirement for specific certificate programs.
  • Courses fulfilling the requirements of a certificate may also be used to satisfy the requirements of a degree program but may not be applied to another certificate.
Certificates are awarded in May, August, and December.

Admission and Financial Aid

Admissions policies for certificate-seeking students are the same as for baccalaureate degree-seeking undergraduates. The general academic and financial policies of the University apply to students seeking certificates. However, scholarship awards are available only to baccalaureate degree-seeking students. 
Stand-alone certificates are subject to the U.S. Department of Education's regulations on Gainful Employment. The U.S. Department of Education defines Gainful Employment program criteria and data requirements. View Webster University's Gainful Employment Disclosures at http://www.webster.edu/consumers/gainful-employment.html to see important information about the education debt, earnings and completion rates of students who attended our programs.