In this May 7, 2015 photo, beers are served at the Maine Beer Company in Freeport, Maine. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)
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With an explosion in growth in the craft beer industry over the last decade, it's not enough to simply have a passion for brewing and beer when it comes to starting a brewery or working for one as the industry gets more competitive.Recognizing that, some universities are now offering programs on the business of craft beer.A lot of breweries started out five or 10 years ago with a focus on beer, said Gregory Dunkling, director of the University of Vermont's new online business of craft beer certificate program, which starts in February.Portland State University in Oregon started an online business of craft brewing program in 2013, with the first cohort filling up in the first week with around 40 people.University of Portland and San Diego State University's College of Extended Studies also have business of craft beer certificate programs.
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