Certificate in Creative Entrepreneurship
The Certificate in Creative Entrepreneurship will aid students interested in art to acquire the requisite skills to support themselves as visual artists or entrepreneurs in art or related fields. This certificate is a collaboration between the Tyler School of Art and Architecture and the Fox School of Business and Management. The certificate is an attractive option for those who seek entrepreneurship skills with which to support their creative practice but do not wish to pursue a graduate degree.
The certificate requires 12 credits: 9 credits of Fox Entrepreneurship coursework and a 3-credit Tyler entrepreneurship, business practices or internship course.
The certificate is available for alumni, continuing ed/non-matriculating students, and students in other Tyler and non-Tyler degree programs (with the exception of the B.F.A. in Studio with Entrepreneurship degree programs).
Alan B. Kerzner, Director
Temple University Entrepreneurship Academy
Fox School of Business and Management
This credit certificate may be conferred upon a student by recommendation of the faculty and upon satisfactory completion of the required credits with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0.
|Select three of the following:||9|
|Planning to Start Your Own Business|
|Entrepreneurial and Innovative Thinking|
|Lean Startup: Fast and Inexpensive Ways to Test and Launch Your Ideas|
|Launch a New Venture in 100 Days|
|Doing Well by Doing Good: Where Innovation and Entrepreneurship Meet Social Impact|
|Pitching and Funding Entrepreneurial Ventures|
|Special Topics - Strategic Management|
|Social Impact Internship - Work with Benefit/B-corps, Non-profits, or Multi-bottom-line Ventures|
or SGM 3685
|New Venture Internship: Learning to be a High-Value Employee, Manager, or Founder|
|Select one of the following: 1||3|
|Professional Practices in Crafts (WI)|
|Art Careers Promotion|
|The Business of Design (WI)|
|Art Career Workshop (WI)|
|Creative Cottage Industrialist|
|Total Credit Hours||12|
Course cannot fulfill both a requirement for the major and a requirement for this category.