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About Entrepreneurship

In-Demand & Immersive

Get the perfect blend of academic training and practical experience.

We’ve recently revamped our program to ensure we have the best possible program. You’ll learn finance, real estate, leadership, consumer behavior and more. Because of our hands-on philosophy, you don’t just sit in a lecture class—you’ll learn by doing. Students create viable products, complete with visual business and marketing plans.

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Earn a Certificate

Open to all UW-Green Bay students, our certificate in entrepreneurship is made up of 4 courses.

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Expand Your Network

By attending Cofrin School of Business events, you can meet other professionals, learn from experts and build your network.

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Offset the Costs

Finance your future and ease some financial stress by applying for scholarships.

Apply for Scholarships

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Join, Lead, engage

Here's a place designed to develop your entrepreneurial mindset.

The UW-Green Bay Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation exists to create community connections to empower you to get unique, hands-on opportunities during college. Through its events and programming, you can meet people and develop your skills to achieve your dreams.

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Student Organizations

Join like-minded peers and build professional skills through our student organizations. In addition to entrepreneurial clubs, the Cofrin School of Business (CSOB) features a wide array of ways to get involved.

CSOB Student Orgs

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Collegiate DECA

Take the first step toward achieving your potential. Collegiate DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) organizes community-based events, gives you a competitive edge and helps you build a professional network.


Professor Paul Werner

Want to Know more?

Opening his first business when he was 18, Professor Paul Werner has years of experience as an entrepreneur in the printing, frozen food and horticultural industries. He encourages students to participate in experiential learning opportunities.

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