Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Non-business majors now have an opportunity to learn the basic principles of business operations and new venture development as undergraduates.  Students may enroll in just three classes (nine semester credit hours) to gain critical skills in the areas of business that will give them a distinct advantage over the rest of the competition.  Contact a College of Business Advisor for details at (936) 261-9200.

Course List

Design Thinking (MGMT 2013) – 3 Credit Hours

Commercializing Innovative Ideas (MGMT 3333) – 3 Credit Hours

Select one additional course from the options below and participate in an Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program (IEP) event with the approval of an advisor.

Course NumberNameCredits
ENTR 3013Economics for Entrepreneurs3
ENTR 3023Diversity Entrepreneurship3
ENTR 3033Social Entrepreneurship3
ENTR 3093Special Topics3
ENTR 4043New Venture Creation3

For additional information and requirements, view Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship