Undergraduate Embedded Certificate in Strategy and Innovation

Strategy and Innovation, as a practice, develops and integrates other functions – such as finance, marketing, and organizational behavior – to help us learn how firms gain and sustain competitive advantage. Strategy and Innovation focus on creating and capturing value for stakeholders with novel ideas, products, services, processes, and business models. While chief financial officers make financial decisions and chief marketing officers make marketing decisions, chief executive officers make decisions on corporate strategy and innovation.

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Program of Study

Pre-requisites before completing certificate:
Accounting I: Financial Accounting
Financial and Managerial Accounting
Foundations of Strategy
Required courses
MGT 3664Corporate Strategy3
MGT 4196Strategy Consulting Practicum3
MGT 4220Integrative Management Experience3
Select one (1) course from the following:3
Advanced Concepts in International Business
Management in the Healthcare Sector
Technology Strategy
Strat Entrepreneurship
Special Topics in Management (Technology Innovation Lab)
Total Credit Hours12
  • All courses must be completed with a 'C' or higher.
  • Note that some courses require pre-requisites which students will be required to take. No course waivers will be offered.