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Certificates for both undergraduate and graduate business and non-business students are designed to augment your studies and provide more depth in an area of business you are interested in.

Certificates offered through the Scheller College may be combined with any other Georgia Tech undergraduate or graduate degree to provide a secondary set of knowledge. Certificate requirements vary, depending on whether you are a business major or are majoring in another field.

Scheller offers eight certificates open to undergraduate degree-seeking students at Georgia Tech - both business and non-business students alike. There is no registration process, only an application process two weeks before you graduate. These certificates provide a roadmap to a deeper understanding and knowledge in the subject matter.

Certificates available to undergraduate students include: Accounting, Business Law and Ethics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Information Technology Management, International Management, Marketing, and Operations and Supply Chain Management.

Learn more about Scheller College certificates for undergraduates

Graduate Certificates

Most certificates for graduate students offered through the Scheller College of Business are open to graduate students in any degree program at Georgia Tech. Course requirements may differ for business and non-business students.

Graduate certificates are available in Entrepreneurship, International Management, Management of Technology, and Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results (TI:GER®)*.

Entrepreneurship Certificate 

International Management Certificate

Management of Technology (MoT) Certificate

Certificate in Engineering Entrepreneurship (for non-business students)

Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results (TI:GER®)

*The TI:GER certificate is open only to Georgia Tech MBA and PhD students and Emory Law students.