Looking to boost your skill-set and add value to your degree? These elective courses and certificate programs are available to UGA students of any major.

Business Electives Offered

You don't have to be a Terry student to take business electives in the these topics:

  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Music Business
  • Real Estate
  • Risk Management and Insurance

Certificate Programs

  • The UGA Entrepreneurship Certificate Program educates students on how to become successful and dynamic entrepreneurs in private, public and non-profit sectors. With a total of 15 hours of coursework, the certificate is ideal for any UGA student who is interested in becoming a social entrepreneur and/or creating or growing their own business.

  • This certificate program provides the skills needed to start a small business, gain employment with a start-up company, or become a social entrepreneur in the public or non-profit sector. You must be enrolled in the Terry College or the College of Family & Consumer Sciences to apply. 

  • This certificate program prepares you for the complex legal environment of business and helps to gauge your interest in pursuing law school.

  • Actuaries are in high demand. This program gives students the economic, financial, and mathematical skills necessary to succeed in the profession.

  • Through a series of diversity lectures, this certificate equips students with better cross-cultural understanding for their work environment and gives them a competitive advantage in the job search.

  • The year-long Leadership Fellows program, open to any major, provides leadership development through innovative courses and challenging service-learning opportunities. Participants in the program will earn the Certificate in Personal and Organizational Leadership.

  • The Music Business Program is geared towards those aspiring to be leaders in the music industry. Students get the chance to learn from key industry experts, such as artists and managers, while gaining hands-on experience from coordinating and marketing events, producing content, managing artists, and operating labels.