Crain's Detroit Business: Jeff Stoltman on entrepreneurship and innovation program

At Wayne State University, you don’t have to be a business school student to gain real-life entrepreneurial skills. The university offers a graduate and undergraduate Entrepreneurship and Innovation (E&I) certificate program to all students, regardless of their area of study. Whether students are eager to develop a new concept or are seeking management skills, this certificate program offers resources and mentorship opportunities. Professor Jeff Stoltman, director of the E&I program at the Mike Ilitch School of Business, talks about the program. “One of the great things about our program is that there are no prerequisites for many of the courses. We offer any student from any program across the campus the opportunity to explore this field and to learn what it takes to build something from the ground up. A few courses offered as part of the program require prerequisites, and these are specialized courses, including courses in finance and engineering.”

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