Undergraduate Embedded Certificate in Entrepreneurship

The Entrepreneurship Certificate combines courses in several of the functional areas of business to create in-depth knowledge of entrepreneurship, whether within a start up or in a large organization (intrapreneurship). The certificate is available to both business administration and all other majors at Georgia Tech.

The certificate covers knowledge and skills surrounding the entrepreneurial process including opportunity recognition, concept development, business plans, resource acquisition, and value creation.

For more information about Scheller College of Business certificates and how to apply, click here.

Program of Study

Requirements for Business Administration majors
Complete 1 (one) of the following:3
Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship 1
Entrepreneurship
Special Topics in Industrial Management (Business Fundamentals for Social Entrepreneurship) 1
Three (3) electives chosen from the following:9
Security Valuation
Leadership in a Changing Environment
Product Planning
Management of Technology
Business Ethics
Technology Law and Ethics
Law for Entrepreneurs
Technology Strategy
Analysis of Emerging Technologies
Managing Product, Service & Technology Development
Electronic Commerce
Entrepreneurial Finance
Global Workforce Management
The Entrepreneurship Forum
Impact Speaker Series Forum
Servant Leadership, Values & Systems
Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship 1
Advertising & Promotion: Integrated Marketing Communications
Digital Marketing
Operations Strategy
Integrative Management Analysis
Special Topics in Industrial Management (Integrative Management Analysis)
Special Topics in Industrial Management (Innovation & Entrepreneurial Behavior)
Special Topics in Industrial Management (Social Impact: In-depth Exploration and Design)
Special Topics in Industrial Management (Strategic Entrepreneurship)
Total Credit Hours12
Requirements for non-Business majors:
MGT 3000Financial and Managerial Accounting 13
MGT 3150Principles of Management3
or MGT 3101 Organizational Behavior
MGT 4670Entrepreneurship3
or MGT 4611 Integrative Management Analysis
Select 1 (one) from the following:3
Security Valuation
Leadership in a Changing Environment
Product Planning
Management of Technology
Business Ethics
Technology Law and Ethics
Law for Entrepreneurs
Technology Strategy
Analysis of Emerging Technologies
Managing Product, Service & Technology Development
Electronic Commerce
Entrepreneurial Finance
Global Workforce Management
The Entrepreneurship Forum
Impact Speaker Series Forum
Servant Leadership, Values & Systems
Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship 2
Advertising & Promotion: Integrated Marketing Communications
Digital Marketing
Operations Strategy
Special Topics in Industrial Management (Business Fundamentals for Social Entrepreneurship)
Special Topics in Industrial Management (Innovation and Entrepreneurial Behavior)
Special Topics in Industrial Management (Social Impact: In-depth Exploration and Design)
Special Topics in Industrial Management (Strategic Entrepreneurship)
Total Credit Hours12
  • The content of the certificate program is composed of 12 semester hours.
  • Students are required to earn a grade of "C" or higher in all certificate courses.
  • All courses must be taken for a letter grade and not as pass/fail.
  • Students enrolled in classes at Georgia Tech Lorraine may request approval to substitute the International Marketing course for MGT 3300 (Marketing Management).
  • Note: Many of these courses require pre-requisites. Please check OSCAR before you register. Pre-requisites will not be waived.