Certificate in Honors Entrepreneurship
Students’ abilities to innovate and understand the broader perspective of business operations, whether in corporations, socially-focused endeavors, or other startup ventures, is increasingly important in today’s dynamic work environment. Offered jointly through the C. T. Bauer College of Business and The Honors College, the Certificate in Honors Entrepreneurship will provide Honors College students of all majors with in-depth exposure to the entrepreneurial process.
Admission and matriculation in The Honors College and a minimum UH cumulative GPA of 3.0 are needed for enrollment into Honors Entrepreneurship courses.
Requirements to request the Certificate in Honors Entrepreneurship include completion of the Honors section of ENTR 3310 (this class must be taken in Honors) and an additional 3hrs of approved coursework that has been petitioned for Honors Credit. Courses that can be petitioned for Honors credit towards the certificate include:
- BUSI 4335: Brainstorming to Bankrolling
- ENTR 3342: Women in Entrepreneurship
- ENTR 4330: Entrepreneurial Costs/Budgets
- ENTR 4340: Entrepreneurial Capital