The Certificate in Entrepreneurship provides flexibility to customize your certificate based on your interests and career goals. In addition to earning 12 credits, you are encouraged to participate in entrepreneurship competitions and student organizations to expand your experience.
The required foundation course MHR 722 has no prerequisites and is open to all graduate students in a degree-seeking program at UW-Madison. In addition to MHR 722, you must earn at least 3 credits from the Advanced Entrepreneurship Courses list below and up to six credits of additional advanced entrepreneurship or elective coursework.
Note: You may not use the same advanced Wisconsin School of Business course to acquire two certificates (i.e. MHR 715 - Strategic Management of Innovation, MHR 722 - Entrepreneurial Management, and MHR 741 - Technology Entrepreneurship cannot be counted for more than one certificate).
Note: Courses may not be taken pass/fail.
For examples of how you might customize your certificate, review some sample portfolios.