The online Social Entrepreneurship Graduate Certificate provides you with the entrepreneurial principles needed to create and manage ventures and social enterprises that address existing social problems.
The Graduate Certificate program is designed for:
individuals already in the field attempting to refine their skills.
those seeking to lead or work in a nonprofit organization.
future business leaders interested in learning best practices for social cause programs.
individuals wanting to start their own social ventures.
The Graduate Certificate in Social Entrepreneurship is open to anyone with an undergraduate degree in any area of study. Individuals interested in social entrepreneurship are from various academic and professional backgrounds, including:
The Graduate Certificate coursework may be applied to a fully online Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree should you be admitted to the MPA program at a later date.
UND's part-time, online program is designed for working professionals who are unable to complete an on-campus program. You are not required to come to campus at any time.
Admission Requirements: Social Entrepreneurship Graduate Certificate
A baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited institution.
An overall grade point average (based on 4.00 scale) of at least 2.75 in an undergraduate degree program or at least 3.00 for the last 2 years of undergraduate work.
International students must meet the English language and other admission requirements of the University of North Dakota.
Personal Statement of Goals.
Official transcripts of all coursework completed.
Two letters of recommendation.
Professional resume describing relevant work experience.
Note: If you do not meet the GPA admission standards, you may be admitted on a provisional basis with continued enrollment contingent on successful performance in the program.
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