Women are a significant and growing part of the world of entrepreneurship. The Metro-Denver area has the second largest percentage of women-owned start-ups in the country. The aim of the Entrepreneurial Studies Certificate is to prepare entrepreneurially minded women with the tools they need to grow and sustain new or existing start-up businesses through the study and application of entrepreneurial theory as well as fundamental business and professional skills and practices.
Objectives for students who pursue this certificate include an opportunity to
- Examine entrepreneurial theories, practices, models, and applications with a particular emphasis on women;
- Develop a comprehensive business plan;
- Present their business plans to a panel of entrepreneurs and venture capitalists;
- Develop the skills necessary to launch and manage a new venture.
The Entrepreneurial Studies Certificate requires 20 credit hours* of coursework, including one required course and four elective courses drawn from the prescribed curriculum.
*20 credit hours of coursework for qualified students.
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