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David Bradley

As an entrepreneur, starting your own business would essentially make you a CEO. To become a CEO, focus less on the degree and more on your personality/characteristics. A strong work ethic, great networking skills, and overall likability will improve your chances of climbing the corporate ladder.

A degree from an Ivy League school can help, but still, the person makes the CEO, not the certificate.

I do 100% support you going for school, so long as your studies do not stifle your personal and professional growth.

Answered 2 years ago

David Bradley
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Ron Urwongse

Being CEO of a top-performing firm is probably more correlated with the school you go to versus the degree. Engineering degrees and business degrees are common among the top CEOs, but you also get a fair number of English, psychology, and mathematics majors as well. Businessweek has a great article on the majors of top CEOs:

http://www.businessweek.com/bschools/content/may2010/bs20100517_631186.htm

As far as an entrepreneurship certificate/degree, I don't think formal training in entrepreneurship is necessary. You can pick up most of the same lessons from a general business degree, or from taking entrepreneurship workshops. Some suggestions for becoming an entrepreneurial CEO one day are: a) work for a start-up, b) hang around other people who are passionate about start-ups, and c) start up something yourself.

Answered 2 years ago

Ron Urwongse
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Tyrone Brackens

Http://education-portal.com/articles/How_to_Become_a_Chief_Executive_Officer_CEO.html

http://www.onlinemba.com/entrepreneurship/

Answered 2 years ago

Tyrone Brackens