Intermediate Entrepreneurship

Program Description

Catalog Year: 2019

The vocational certificate in intermediate and advanced entrepreneurship provides the student with the opportunity to identify, review, analyze, and evaluate problems that arise in small business. Course work covers start-up from the initial business idea, to how to write a business plan, to cash flow management, to developing a customer base.

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Program Requirements

Business-Entrepreneurship 1st Semester Courses : 1st Sem Courses

Take:
  • ENT-101 - Entrepreneurship
  • BUS-100 - Introduction to Business
  • MKT-103 - Marketing
  • MMT-101 - Principles of Management

Business-Entrepreneurship 1st Semester Courses : Math Requirement

Take 1 course from:
  • BUS-120 - Business Mathematics
  • MTH-125 - Finite Math for Business & Managmt
  • MTH-126 - Calculus for Business/Social Science

Business-Entrepreneurship 2nd Semester Courses : 2nd Sem Courses

Take:
  • ENT-111 - Small Business Management
  • MKT-105 - Sales
  • ACC-200 - Financial Accounting
  • ENT-220 - Business Plan Writing

Business-Entrepreneurship 2nd Semester Courses : Comm Requirement

Take 1 course from:
  • BUS-101 - Business Communications
  • ENG-101 - English Composition I

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