This 12-credit certificate consists of four required courses designed to provide you with a solid foundation in principles of entrepreneurship and new venture development. Students in the program can complete this online certificate in as little as 12 months.
Courses are structured to allow you to complete assignments when and where it's most convenient for you. While courses are autonomous, you will have the opportunity to interact and engage with fellow classmates through integrated experiences. This peer-to-peer interaction enhances your learning experience while strengthening your professional network on a global scale.
Course List - Graduate Certificate in Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship
|Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship||MBADM 531||Understanding, exploring, and applying innovation-related concepts, principles, and practices to corporate environments involved with new venture creation and other contexts.||3 credits|
|Business Modeling and New Venture Creation||ENTR 502||Focuses on the process of launching a new venture, in a corporate setting or as a new start-up, including identifying a problem or market opportunity, developing business models, forming a team, financing, analyzing markets, assessing the competitive environment, and planning to acquire leadership talent.||3 credits|
|Emerging Trends, Technology, and Corporate Innovation||ENTR 810||Surveys emerging trends and disruptors in technology and industry that create new markets and influence decision making, product development, business models, and business practices associated with innovation.||3 credits|
|Corporate Innovation Strategies and Entrepreneurial Methods||ENTR 820||Explores the methods used to foster innovation and entrepreneurship in a corporate setting, with a special emphasis on how organizations foster creativity, innovation, and new venture creation.||3 credits|
See course start and end periods and semesters offered on the Penn State World Campus student resources website.