What are the keys to success?
Is there a formula that makes one idea a triumph and another a failure?
The Washburn Entrepreneurship Program takes a proactive approach in the exploration of innovative ideas and in examining managerial frameworks used by various pioneers of business. The program focuses on showing exactly what having a vision means and how to go about building practical applications to make dreams become realities.
The Entrepreneurship Certificate can be valuable for any student on campus. It is designed for the student who seeks to be an entrepreneur in start-up ventures, operate a family business or work as an entrepreneurial change agent within a corporate setting. Companies want to hire graduates with initiative and who show entrepreneurial characteristics. Students who display entrepreneurial attributes will add more value to their companies, eventually start their own business, and make a big contribution to the overall economy.
BU115 - Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Law
BU260 - Business Plan Development
Coursework - two of the following courses:
BU310 - Entrepreneurial Finance for Small Businesses
BU470 - Entrepreneurship Clinic
HI300 - Comparative Perspectives of the Market Revolution
Merit-based scholarship assistance may be available to students in the certificate program.
For further information, please contact David Price in the School of Business.