You are automatically eligible to apply to anyone of three certificate programs if you are a degree-seeking undergraduate student in good standing anywhere on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Just declare your interest and get started by clicking one of the links below.
The Actuarial Science program at Wisconsin School of Business is recognized as one of the 12 inaugural Centers of Actuarial Excellence by the Society of Actuaries(SOA). The Capstone Certificate in Actuarial Science is a post-baccalaureate non-degree program that prepares students to pass the credentialing exams required by the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) or the SOA. Students enter on either a full-time or part-time basis.
The Certificate in Business (CIB) program is an option for non-business students who wish to earn a clearly defined concentration in an academic business program.
The Certificate in Entrepreneurship is ideal for students excited about entrepreneurship, whether they intend to launch their own business, work for a young venture, or pilot a new initiative embedded in an existing organization. Knowledge and skills gained emphasize envisioning new opportunities, taking the steps to found a new organization, finding funding for new ventures, and managing growth or exit events. Critical analysis of entrepreneurship’s role in society is also a focus.