Ja Rule completes Harvard Enterprise College course in entrepreneurship

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The rapper shared a photo of his graduation certificate on Twitter on Tuesday and wrote next to the picture: “I’m not the sharpest knife in the drawer …”

The document pertains to Ja Rule by his maiden name Jeffrey Atkins. It bears the name and signature of Professor William Sahlman who teaches the course.

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The certificate bears the logo for Harvard Business School Online and reads: “Jeffrey Atkins has successfully completed the Harvard Business School Online Certificate Program – Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship.

“This certificate program introduces a framework – People, Opportunity, Context, Deal – to evaluate opportunities, manage startups and fund companies.”

According to the Harvard Business School website, the online course takes four weeks and costs $ 1,050. Selected participants will be admitted after an application process.

The course “introduces you to the entrepreneurial journey from finding an idea to gaining market access to raising capital for your company” and “explains how entrepreneurs conduct structured experiments to validate ideas and refine business strategies” it in a published curriculum online.

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