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Want to start your own business or join a family business? Then consider pursuing a Certificate in Entrepreneurship while at Nichols.
As part of the program, you will have the opportunity to . . .
Class of 2008:Jason Rush
Class of 2012:Dan Rush
Position:Developers of Shoutbot
Developers of Shoutbot, a new iPhone application and winners of a $15,000 award at the 6th annual New Product Innovation Competition.
“Nichols helped me develop the confidence I needed to put together a business plan and present to a room of 15 judges at the competition,” says Dan Rush. His brother Jason adds, “I was lucky to have met some fantastic Nichols professors who took a great interest in my ideas and worked with me to help develop them into a functioning business. The classes, professors, everything about it just made me want to be an entrepreneur. My brother and I earned the education, had the idea, and began to execute our plan the way Nichols taught us to.”
The certificate program requires 12 credits of coursework, consisting of 4 three-credit courses, 2 of which can be double counted as part of the program.
Real Life Experience: The Entrepreneurship Action Research Project
The final course in the certificate program gives you several options to round out your experience. Choose from. . .