You have great ideas for innovative new business ventures, and you’re motivated to make them happen. You’re not content to maintain the status quo in your company or in your career, and you want to create businesses that could change entire industries.
Whether you own a business and want to add value to your enterprise, you’re an aspiring entrepreneur who wants to tap into new market opportunities, Post’s Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship can give you the competitive advantage and practical knowledge you need to get ahead and lead a successful venture.
In our Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship, you’ll:
Add to your current entrepreneurial knowledge or gain a foundation for understanding entrepreneurship from a practical and personal perspective
Understand the different types of financial tools and constructs for managing and growing an entrepreneurial venture
Learn entirely online while you work, and apply your skills to your current career or project right away
Prerequisite: BUS501 (waived for Post MBA grads)
Students pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship will gain knowledge and skills in: understanding marketing strategies for small businesses, building and using financial models, gathering and using competitive intelligence, creating and managing new business ventures, and buying and selling businesses.
This Graduate Certificate is intended to augment knowledge gained by students in a bachelor or graduate degree program and to aid in career advancement in their chosen field.
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