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Undergraduate Certificates

Add Business Skills to Bolster Your Career

Complement your undergraduate studies with a certificate in business. Grow practical skills to apply in your first job, a future management role, or as an entrepreneur. Get a competitive advantage in the job market and add business experience to your résumé.

Certificate in Business

An undergraduate business class

The Certificate in Business is an option for nonbusiness students who wish to expand their knowledge with a foundational understanding of business. Coursework can be applied to a wide range of majors and career paths.

For nonbusiness majors
Selective admission process, application required
6 courses, 18 credits

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Summer Certificate in Business Fundamentals

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The Summer Certificate provides basic business education to students with majors outside of the Wisconsin School of Business. The certificate is designed to be completed over multiple summer terms.

Open enrollment, declaration required
4 courses, 12 credits
For nonbusiness majors

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Certificate in Entrepreneurship

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The Certificate in Entrepreneurship provides tools and resources for students excited about entrepreneurship, whether you are looking to launch your own business, work for a young venture, or pilot a new initiative embedded in an existing organization.

Open enrollment, declaration required
15 credits
For nonbusiness majors

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Certificate in Accounting

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The Certificate in Accounting helps School of Business undergraduates build basic accounting tools to complement the expertise from their major. Students have the option to continue their accounting education in the School’s graduate-level MAcc program.

For business majors
12 credits

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Consulting Certificate

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The Consulting Certificate teaches students the critical thinking and problem-solving skills needed in the consulting field. Students have the opportunity to enhance their certificate experience by participating in non-credit case competitions (experiential learning) and student organizations.

Apply in Fall or Spring. Declaration required.
13 credits
Open to all undergraduate students.

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