Learn entrepreneurship skills that employers crave and enhance your career — no matter what it is.
Designed for non-business majors, gain business know how and administrative functions from this non-degree certificate program at the University of North Dakota.
- Program type:
- Certificates/Programs - Undergraduate
- On Campus
- Est. time to complete:
- 1 year
- Credit hours:
Why earn a certificate in entrepreneurship?
UND offers a non-degree program for non-business majors to learn about business and administrative functions to provide career enhancement.
Studying entrepreneurship at UND means learning how to make big ideas come to life. You'll get hands-on experience working with real clients on real projects, and have an opportunity to learn with men and women who have started where you are now — and succeeded. But as any successful entrepreneur will tell you, building something built to last takes more than just a concept. It means understanding business inside and out.
This program will appear on student transcripts to provide official recognition for completion of this educational experience.
UND Entrepreneurship Graduates
Designed to provide non-business majors with skills they need, many who earn a Entrepreneurship Studies Certificate have:
- Used entrepreneurship skills to move up within a company
- Open a new business
- Paired with an undergraduate major to make resume stand out
UND's Entrepreneurial Studies Certificate
Gain investment experience using real money at the Dakota Venture Group, a student-managed venture fund.
Develop product and business ideas on campus at the Center for Innovation, Ina Mae Rude Entrepreneur Center and James Ray Idea Lab.