Certificate in Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship is creating or seizing an opportunity. As a student at Webster University pursuing a Certificate in Entrepreneurship, you'll learn how to vigorously work toward developing an idea, overcome obstacles and take calculated risks to ensure the success of the idea.
The American Heritage Dictionary defines an entrepreneur to be "a person who organizes, operates, and assumes the risk for business ventures."
Areas of Emphasis:
- Audio Production
The Certificate in Entrepreneurship delivers a series of entrepreneurship courses for undergraduate students in business or non-business school majors. Courses promote entrepreneurial thinking among students and develop the necessary real-world skills for founding and growing an entrepreneurial venture.
Students demonstrate these skills by developing and presenting a viable business plan to a review panel made up of successful entrepreneurs in the capstone course. Students completing the program will be awarded a Certificate in Entrepreneurship from the George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology.