Entrepreneurship Certificate

Curriculum BUS.ETR.CERT (C406D)

(Total Program Credits: 30)

The Entrepreneurship Program prepares learners to competently start their own small business. For persons who currently own a small business, the program provides specific skills and knowledge necessary to increase sales and profits and improve overall operation efficiency.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon successful completion of the Entrepreneurship Certificate, the graduate will be able to:

•  construct a new company file in QuickBooks;

•  recognize the available resources in order to assist in starting up a small business; and

•  classify the key elements of a business/marketing plan. 

Placement Measures MAT, RHT, and COL sequence placement will be determined by an Academic Advisor. Contact your Academic Advisor or Transfer Specialist (if transferring), before registering for courses.
Developmental education courses do not transfer. They assist students in the path towards college credit.

(Fall 2021)

Semester One: Fall

Course NumberTitleCredits
BUS 102Small Business Accounting

3 credits

BUS 107Microsoft Office in Business Applications

3 credits

BUS 136Entrepreneurship

3 credits

BUS 141Introduction to Business

3 credits

BUS 150Principles of Management

3 credits

Total Credit Hours:15

Semester Two: Spring

Course NumberTitleCredits
BUS 127Principles of Marketing

3 credits

BUS 161Business Law I

3 credits

BUS 200Introduction to Human Resource Management

3 credits

 

BUS 151Small Business Management

3 credits

OR

BUS 171Introduction to Customer Service

3 credits

OR

BUS 293Global Business #

3 credits

 

CIS 110Social Networking and Web 2.0

3 credits

Total Credit Hours:15

See BUS course descriptions; CIS course descriptions.

Coordinator: Dr. William M. Griffin, Ext. 3579