Post Grad Certificates in Entrepreneurship
Overview of the field
A Post-Grad Certificate of Entrepreneurship program is an introduction to the basics of entrepreneurship and the dynamics involved.
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American InterContinental University Online
Keiser University eCampus
Colorado Technical University Online
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh - Online Division
Structure and duration of the degree program
Post-Grad Certificates in Entrepreneurship can possibly be completed within a year or even less. It might also take you longer if you take one course at a time and stretch it to around two years. Students also have to choice to design the program according to their needs. Most of the universities allow for flexibility in the timetable.
Highlights of the coursework
The coursework examines various aspects of small and private businesses. The courses include:
- Introduction To Entrepreneurship
- Small Business Marketing
- Small Business Finance
- Business Law
- Entrepreneurial Finance
- Entrepreneurial Planning
- Entrepreneurial Growth
The coursework prepares you to understand the ground realities of the field and the challenges and benefits of running small private business. Admission criteria and graduation requirements
A bachelor’s degree in the relevant field is usually the criterion for admission into Post-Grad Certificate of Entrepreneurship programs. Universities often ask for a degree in subjects such as finance, business and accounting for admission into the certificate program. Career prospects and average salary
A Post-Grad Certificate of Entrepreneurship is a good choice for those individuals who are running, or plan to set up, private businesses. If you are interested in learning about the field without the extra work of a Master’s degree, the program could be a good option for you. With a Post-Grad Certificate you can also work with small companies or companies that work through micro financing. O*NET reports that related professionals, such as financial analysts earn a median annual wage of $76,950 as of 2012.