Academic Programs

Academic Programs


Jake Jabs Center's entrepreneurship (ENTP) courses - taught by Business School faculty and local entrepreneurs - are designed to help and inspire students who want to start a business or succeed as an “intrapreneur” within a growing startup company. Focusing on business development and new venture creation, students build a solid foundation of business practices, gain an entrepreneurial mindset and apply these teachings to all aspects of their lives. Courses explore financial structuring, business plan creation, new product development, leadership, sales, legal and ethics issues and more.

Explore the details of each program below:

Undergraduate Programs
Undergraduate students interested in gaining the tools and skills needed to start a business can pursue a major, minor or certificate in entrepreneurship.
Graduate Programs
To further advance their business skills, graduate students have the opportunity to add entrepreneurship specializations to MBA and M.S. degrees.
Professional Certificate Programs
Degree and non-degree seeking students can take advantage of the professional certificates offered through the Jake Jabs Center. With both in-class and online course options, these programs are built to fit any student or business professional’s schedule.