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Are you an entrepreneur seeking a competitive edge or simply looking for
the right moment to act on your entrepreneurial spirit? Perhaps you
are interested in getting a quality education that carries the prestige
of Boston University School of Management, but simply don’t
have the time or ability to attend classes on campus.
Our Certificate Program allows you to participate in courses that match the high standards of education offered at Boston University…with an extra perk, you can take them from your location and on your schedule.
The four-course Certificate in Entrepreneurship Program will help you develop the savvy and the skills you need to recognize opportunity and turn it into a successful business venture. The program provides hands-on knowledge in marketing, finance, leadership, strategy, and best practices that you can deploy immediately.
Classes are taught by successful entrepreneurs with the unique combination of real-world experience and the ability to teach and empower the next generation of thriving business owners.
entrepreneurship certificate program named "Top 5 e-school" by
Fortune & CNNMoney
In their cover story for the September 2007 issue, "America's Best Colleges for Entrepreneurs," Fortune Small Business (FSB) spotlights Boston University's Online Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship program-and the newsworthy students it attracts.
CNNMoney.com September 13, 2007
SMG alum named to BusinessWeek Top 25 list
PhiloSophie's, a small greeting-card business built around the wisdom of a fictional but fabulous woman named Sophie, was born out of School of Management alumna Joanna Alberti's bout with insomnia. "The number of thoughts I had on my life at 3 a.m. surprised me," Alberti (SMG'03) writes on her web site.
BU Today December 6, 2005
On Your Marks. New Entrepreneurship Programs Begin.
This fall, the School of Management launched two new graduate-level programs in entrepreneurship-an online graduate certificate, comprised of four courses and delivered entirely over the Internet, and an intensive 14-week graduate diploma in entrepreneurial management, which culminates in each student's completed business plan.
BUILDERS & LEADERS December 2005
Each online course features a case-study simulation that will allow students to deploy their new knowledge immediately and understand how decisions influence critical outcomes in the real world. Preview an online course.
The Institute for Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization (ITEC) provides a full range of education, training, mentoring, and networking programs and opportunities that support the new entrepreneur. We are centered at the Boston University School of Management and serve as an educational resource to the entire university campus and to local, national, and international communities.
ITEC works with businesses, investors, policy makers, foundations, academic researchers, and students to design innovative new models that help create sustainable enterprises to meet important global needs in healthcare, clean energy, information systems, and other sectors.
For further information: www.bu.edu/startup