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Enhance Your Degree with the Certificate in Entrepreneurship

Apply your expertise in a new venture

Learn to imagine opportunities and create value through new ventures with the undergraduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship. The certificate provides entrepreneurial knowledge and skills to students who plan to work with or become entrepreneurs. Expand the scope of your UW-Madison degree by building skills that will contribute to economic growth and bring new technologies and services to society.

The Certificate in Entrepreneurship is open to undergraduate students earning any non-business degree at UW-Madison. Students with majors in Retail and Consumer Behavior to Economics to Communication Arts, and many more disciplines benefit from the curriculum which emphasizes skills in creativity and innovation, along with the ability to analyze the role of entrepreneurship in society. Customize your certificate after taking just two required business courses, then selecting courses from a large range of electives to meet your interests and career goals.

Program Overview

Earn your certificate with a combination of business courses and electives from across campus.

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