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Public and Social Entrepreneurship
Undergraduate Certificate

Program Overview

This 15-18 credit hour certificate is designed for degree-seeking students of any major and non-degree-seeking students who want to develop and manage public partnerships in order to enhance public value.

Program Snapshot

Program Type: Full-Time, Part-Time
Location: On-Campus
Program Length: 1 year
Credit Hours: 15 - 18

Why This Program & What You'll Learn

This certificate will help you develop and manage public partnerships in order to enhance public value.

Program Highlights

As a student in our public and social entrepreneurship certificate program, you can:

  • Customize your education with courses such as American Public Policy Making, Judicial Process and Politics, and Lobbying and Interest Group Behavior.
  • Join Amnesty International, the Mock Trial Association, Nonprofit Leadership Student Alliance or another of our many student organizations.
  • Choose from 150 study-abroad programs in more than 50 countries.
  • Build the skills you need to leverage public-private partnerships for the common good.

Careers & Outcomes

This certificate program offers a launchpad to careers in any part of the social service sector, including health care, youth programs, education, and community organizing. It also builds skills that transfer easily to the private sector in careers like business, law, communications, and marketing.

Career Projected Salary
Public Affairs Manager $75,151
Director of Government Affairs $74,216
Policy Analyst $64,950

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