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Students interested in pursuing the Certificate of Entrepreneurial Management must complete ENTR:2000 Entrepreneurship and Innovation (or its equivalent) prior to declaring the certificate. Business and prebusiness students should contact the Tippie College of Business Undergraduate Program Office, C140 PBB. Liberal arts and sciences students should contact the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Programs and Services Office, 120 SH, to officially declare the certificate. For complete information on the Entrepreneurship certificate program, visit the web site at

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Honors Thesis in Entrepreneurial Studies
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It is recommended that students complete BUS:1999 Introduction to Research in Business prior to enrolling in the honors thesis course. Students should register for two credit hours of honors thesis across two semesters (for a total of four credit hours). Other combinations must be approved by the student’s faculty advisor. Students may not earn more than four credit hours of honors thesis. Students who have enrolled without instructor permission may be administratively dropped. This course counts towards the Tippie RISE graduation requirement for BBA students and will be recorded on the student's degree audit. For more information, visit the Undergraduate Program Office in C140 PBB, call 319-335-1037, or email
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