The University of Michigan offers both an undergraduate minor and graduate certificate in entrepreneurship. Incorporating coursework and connections from across the university affords students a cutting-edge entrepreneurial education.
This 15-credit minor equips undergraduate students from any background or area of study with the necessary skills and experience to translate ideas into real impact in the arts, sciences, commercial, and social sectors.More about the minor in entrepreneurship
A 12-credit certificate is open to currently registered and degree-seeking Ann Arbor campus Master, Ph.D., and professional students looking to complement their degree with leadership, business, and innovation skills to stand out to employers.More about the certification
Though no longer offered, the master’s program addressed the most difficult form of entrepreneurship: building a business around new hard-science technology. Graduates of the program understand the fundamental principles underlying technology translation and are prepared not just for their first launch, but for the future rich with new ventures.See Master of Entrepreneurship alumni