Are you interested in learning how to launch new businesses, either within existing companies and industries or by creating entirely new businesses and markets? If you’re interested in taking entrepreneurship courses to guide you toward this goal, a graduate certificate in entrepreneurship might be the right choice for you at this point in your career. Entrepreneurship is one of the most sought-after curricula in business education. The CUC graduate certificate in entrepreneurship will help you develop the skills to conceive, research and test new business concepts and form those concepts into viable new ventures.
Concordia University Chicago's MBA certificate in entrepreneurship provides you with entrepreneurial skills along with strong tools for innovation analysis and launch processes. This powerful skill set empowers you to develop successful new business ventures – on your own, as an entrepreneur, or for a corporation, family-owned business or not-for-profit entity, as an intrapreneur.
The four, sequentially ordered courses within this specialization build on each other to equip you to develop a real-world entrepreneurial venture.
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