Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship Programs

The Jake Jabs Center's entrepreneurship curriculum incorporates instruction, mentoring, and support from outstanding Business School faculty, as well as from outside professionals with expertise in new business development. Jake Jabs Center courses explore legal issues, social sector initiatives, new venture design, finance structuring, strategic web development, leadership, new product development, and business plan creation.

Students learn from case studies, classroom instruction, and guest lectures featuring successful entrepreneurs and renowned business leaders.

Undergraduate students interested in gaining the tools and skills needed to start a business can pursue a minor, certificate or emphasis in entrepreneurship.
Graduate students have the opportunity to choose from a variety of entrepreneurship specializations to advance their business skills, including specializations in bioinnovation, technology innovation, cyber security, and entrepreneurship studies.
Continuing Professional Education Programs
Degree and non-degree seeking students can take advantage of the continuing education certificates offered through the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship. With both in-class and online course options, these programs are built to fit any student or business professional’s schedule.