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All seven of the University of Delaware’s colleges now have their own Horn Entrepreneurship certifications.
The specialized certifications, announced via UDaily, are meant to make entrepreneurship education more accessible to students of all majors, and to draw more to students who aren’t studying business.
Here’s a rundown of the new programs:
- Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics will offer Entrepreneurial Leadership
- The College of Engineering will offer Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- The College of Health and Sciences will offer Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Health
- The College of Arts and Sciences will offer Design and Creative Making
- The College of Earth, Ocean and Environment will offer Eco-Entrepreneurship
- The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources will offer New Product Development
- The College of Education and Human Development will offer Social Entrepreneurship
Students earn the certificate by taking nine to 10 credits of selected courses as part of their undergraduate studies, and every certificate program is available to every student regardless of major.
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