Certificate in Entrepreneurship


The Certificate in Entrepreneurship program has a unique program design allowing students with either business or non-business backgrounds to enroll into. The program consists of 5 modules, 3 of which are core and 2 are elective ones (see program design in Exhibit 3). This program, due to the two and a half decade old cooperation with Ohio University, College of Business has been fully “imported” and implemented at the Faculty of Business and Economics. The program is able to integrate students with diverging backgrounds to offer them (1) specialization track (BA Business Administration), (2) Certificate with business background (BA Marketing, Finance and Accounting), (3) Certificate with non-business background (from the other 8 faculties of the University of Pécs). The program has been validated by the Hungarian authority of higher education in 2015 and is to be launched in the spring semester of 2016.

Modules of the Certificate in Entrepreneurship:

Core Modules Elective Modules
Creativity and Innovation Management: Students explore personal creativity, management practices, the relationship between creativity and innovation, and the process of innovation in a business setting. Entrepreneurial
Introduction to Entrepreneurship: Students learn about the opportunities and challenges of creating and managing a new venture. Emphasis is placed on how to manage a new venture and operate it profitably. International Market
Assessment and
Legal Aspects of
Entrepreneurial Business Consulting: Students work as consultants with real businesses. They conduct background research, analyze the client’s current situation and context, and make recommendations on how to address a defined business problem. Technology