Undergraduate Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurial Thinking

This certificate is for students from any major who want to change their thinking about innovation as a catalyst for creating social and economic wealth in Kentucky and across the globe. Students must complete four 3-hour courses -- two required and two elective courses. Students may enroll in the advising office in their home college and must have completed at least 60 undergraduate hours.

The two required courses are:

  • COM 381:    Communication, Leadership and Entrepreneurial Thinking
  • EXP 455:     Capstone Experience in Innovation and Entrepreneurial Thinking

Two electives from the following list:

  • AAD 200:        Arts Administration Communications
  • AAD 310:        Marketing for the Arts
  • AAD 410:        Arts Entrepreneurship: Art in Unlikely Places
  • A-H 503:         Art Through Object: Theory and Practice for Engagement Strategies in the Museum
  • COM 591:      Information Technology Strategy (Enterprise Management),  Information Strategy, and Information Technology
  • EDU 300:        Design Thinking in Education
  • IS 402:            Competitive Intelligence
  • JOU 430:        Media Management and Entrepreneurship
  • MAS 490:       Special Topics: Social Entrepreneurship
  • MGT 292:       Introduction to Entrepreneurship
  • MGT 301:       Business Management
  • MKT 300:       Marketing Management
  • MUS 200:       Music for Living
  • MUS 222:       Creativity and Innovation in Rock Music: History and Sociology

 

For more information, contact: Kimberly A. Parker,  859-218-3746.