Graduate Certificate in Biomedical Entrepreneurship
The Graduate Certificate in Biomedical Entrepreneurship Program is a certificate program that provides the necessary entrepreneurship skillset for entrepreneurial-minded healthcare providers and biomedical scientists to become biomedical entrepreneurs. This is achieved by offering additional education and training with a real-world application. The average time to complete the program is two semesters.
Pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
The Program will begin in August and the initial application deadline will be July 31, 2021.
- Provide the name of the college/university from which you earned a bachelor’s degree (official transcripts will be required from all institutions you attended).
- Complete the following essay questions.
- What is your goal in attaining a certificate in entrepreneurship?
- How do you define entrepreneurship?
- Describe an experience in which you worked in a team setting to solve a problem.
- Provide any additional information you would like the admission committee to consider while reviewing your application.
- Upload a 1 to 2 minute video pitch (MP4, MOV, WMV, or AVI format) describing yourself and your interest in entrepreneurship.
- Provide a $50 application fee.
The certificate program curriculum will consist of 2 semesters of 6 credit hours each or one semester of 6 credit hours and 2 semesters of 3 credit hours each for a total of 12 credit hours. The sequential course design can be started in either the Fall or Spring semesters and offered online.
BMSC 101: Fundamentals in Entrepreneurship
BMSC 201: Venture Development
BMSC 301: Biomedical Entrepreneurship
BMSC 401: Entrepreneurship Capstone Project
Upon completion of the curriculum, students will be able to:
- Develop and implement a strategy for a new startup or internal biomedical venture.
- Demonstrate entrepreneurial skills.
This page was last modified on June 28, 2021