Graduate CertificateEntrepreneurship and Innovation

The graduate certificate in entrepreneurship and innovation from Wichita State's AACSB-accredited Barton School of Business will give you extensive conceptual and applied knowledge in entrepreneurship—helping you successfully navigate through the process of starting and growing a business. The certificate is a valuable asset to your MBA degree.

Learn how Entrepreneurship and Innovation
is the right fit for you.

 
Devlin Hall

Curriculum

This certificate is aimed at providing students the knowledge base in entrepreneurship to undertake moving technological expertise or high potential business ideas through the start-up of high-growth businesses. The courses are designed to provide extensive conceptual and applied know-how and expertise to students interested in entrepreneurship. This 12-credit-hour program requires the completion of four of seven possible 3-credit-hour courses. There are no prerequisite courses for the certificate program.

Admission to the program

There are two paths to admission to the program:

  • Those already enrolled in graduate school need to complete the Graduate Plan of Study form.
  • Prospective students must use the same application as if they are enrolling in graduate school. Select "Non-Degree Admission: Category A."

Inside the Program

Student group breaks down barriers, brings new ideas

Inspired to encourage entrepreneurial and innovative ideas among their peers, three students created Shocker Startup, an on-campus organization that prepares students to start their own businesses.

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