Anne O'Leary-Kelly
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs
328 Walton College of Business
479-575-2851

Admission Requirements: The Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship is open to all graduate students who are in good standing with the graduate school at their campus. Students must apply and be admitted to the Graduate School of Business. Information regarding Graduate School of Business admission requirements can be found earlier in this chapter.

Requirements for the Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship: (12 hours) To receive the Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship, students are required to take 9 hours of coursework in the Walton College of Business and 3 hours of electives related to entrepreneurship in either the Walton College or in another college at the University of Arkansas. Elective courses other than those listed below may be approved by the Director of the Certificate program. Some elective courses have prerequisites that are not met by courses in the certificate program. Students are advised to check prerequisites prior to enrolling in a course.

Required Courses
MGMT 5213Business Foundations for Entrepreneurs * Non-Business students only3
MGMT 5323New Venture Development3
MGMT 5413New Venture Development II3
Elective Course
Select one of the following:3
Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food, and Life Sciences
Financial Management in Agriculture
Agribusiness Strategy
Administration and Leadership in the Helping Professions
J. William Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences
Fine Arts Gallery Internship
Graphic Design Internship
Organizational Communication Theory
Seminar in Mass Media Cognition
Issues in Advertising and Public Relations
Documentary Production I
Walton College of Business
Special Problems in Finance
Strategic Management
MBA Internship
Entrepreneurship Practicum
Innovation & Creativity
Consumer and Market Research
New Product Development and Strategy
College of Education and Health Professions
Sports Facilities Management
Administration in Athletic Training
Tourism
College of Engineering
Systems Engineering and Management
Project Management
Analysis of Inventory Systems
Graduate School
Research Commercialization and Product Development
Ethics for Scientists and Engineers
Proposal Writing and Management