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Certificates and Special Programs

The Foster School provides a range of opportunities for students to accent their educational experiences. Follow the links below to learn more about these programs.

Certificate of International Studies in Business (CISB) is a rigorous, integrative academic supplement to the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. Through study abroad, foreign language immersion and area studies coursework, CISB students are equipped to meet the challenges facing business leaders in today’s global economy.

The Foster Honors Program is designed to provide unique opportunities for a small group of students with an exceptional academic record and a desire to expand and intensify the academic experience provided through the Business Administration degree.

Sales Certificate Program provides students with the knowledge and real-world experience necessary to be successful in sales. This nationally ranked program teaches students how to sell, manage and lead. (OPEN TO ALL UW STUDENTS)

Lavin Entrepreneurship Program combines hands-on learning and coursework to give students the experience, skills, and know-how to succeed in their future business ventures. Students apply to the program as freshmen. The Lavin Program is offered by the Arthur W. Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship at the Foster School. (OPEN TO ALL UW STUDENTS)

Entrepreneurship Minor offers students the opportunity to leverage their unique talents, as well as their new-found business knowledge, to achieve their start-up goals. The minor is open to all non-business undergraduates. (OPEN TO ALL UW STUDENTS, EXCEPT FOSTER BUSINESS MAJORS)