Students study various areas of entrepreneurship, such as:
- identification of new technology opportunities,
- development of strategies to commercialize new innovations,
- critical skills in business planning for new ventures,
- various frameworks for new venture formation, and
- development of financing strategies and frameworks to provide capital to create and grow new ventures.
Open to all fully admitted graduate students, the graduate certificate offers students flexible scheduling and focused course work. Up to 12 hours of certificate course credits may be applied to a graduate degree (with departmental approval).
Example of credit towards other graduate degree:
For example an MBA or MS in Engineering student can earn the graduate certificate while counting the credit hours towards their degree.
Résumé and letter of interest should be emailed to email@example.com
To learn more about the program please visit the USF catalog.
Consult with the certificate program advisor and obtain an electronic course permit for those with non-degree seeking status.
- Dirk Libaers, firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation,
John and Beverly Grant Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship
Director, Center for Entrepreneurship,
Office: BSN 3332
- Maricela Elizarraras, email@example.com
Office Manager, Center for Entrepreneurship
Office: BSN 3331