The certificate is a valuable standalone credential but also meant to be a helpful stepping stone. If you later choose to apply for a D’Amore-McKim master’s program, such as the MS in Technological Entrepreneurship or the Part-Time MBA, your graduate certificate can give you a head start.
A Graduate Certificate in Technological Entrepreneurship is a fast, cost-effective way to gain business skills and bolster your résumé—without the financial or time commitment of enrolling in a full master’s program.
Full-time or part-time
There are three entry terms each year in January, May, and September
12-15 credits. The minimum required number of credits to earn your certificate is 12, however many students select to take an additional elective in order to broaden their expertise. International students must complete a total of 15 credits.
Eligible for International Student Visa?
Yes. This program is F-1 visa compliant.
Average Class Size
Courses are primarily offered Monday–Thursday during the evening. Students may take one course online. International students must complete all of their classes on campus.
Time to Complete
May be completed over the course of just two semesters, or spread out over as long as three years for campus-based students or over two years for online students. The length of the program will depend on your course selections. International students must take five courses over an eight-month period to be visa compliant.
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About our students
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Allison Parker, director of business development at The Panther Group, and two alumni talk career advancement and self-paced learning in D’Amore-McKim’s graduate certificates.
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