Innovation and Entrepreneurship Courses and Certificate Programs
The following entrepreneurship courses will provide you with a deep understanding of entrepreneurship that you can apply directly to your business career:
- The Entrepreneurship Process (BUSORG 1640)
- Corporate Entrepreneurship (BUSORG 1645)
- Social Entrepreneurship (BUSENV 1790)
- Commercializing New Technologies (BUSSPP1750)
- Product Development (BUSMKT 1431)
- Accounting Information Systems (BUSACC1236)
- Investment Management (BUSFIN 1321)
- Advertising and Sales Promotion (BUSMKT 1426)
Students can complement their major with a certificate. Whereas the major demonstrates the student’s mastery of skill and knowledge in a specific discipline, the certificate adds another area of expertise that increases their marketability to employers.
The CPIE is designed to provide students with an exposure to entrepreneurship whether their goal is to start and build a business or drive innovation inside a traditional organization.
The CPIB offers Pitt Business students with a strong interest in the global aspects of business to gain an advantage in competing for the most attractive internships and full-time positions in highly internationalized firms.
The CSCM provides Pitt Business students with the opportunity to understand important concepts in supply chain management and develop managerial and technical skills which are highly valued in today’s corporate environment.