The Entrepreneurship program is designed to prepare students to start, develop, finance, manage and harvest new ventures with high growth potential. Students will examine current academic theory, best practices in the field and will be exposed to successful practicing entrepreneurs. Courses are presented within an active learning environment so that students develop the necessary skills to initiate their own ventures, join the family business, or work in entrepreneurial firms anywhere in the world.
Principles of Accounting I
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Legal Environment of Business I
Computers and Information Processing
Principles of Accounting II
Funding Acquisitions for Entrepreneurs
Basic Studies Requirements
ACT 19 or above (or) ASSET 41 or above (or) COMPASS 80 or above (or) complete BSTD 0113 Reading Skills II.
ACT 19 or above (or) ASSET 42 or above (or) COMPASS 75 or above (or) complete BSTD 0213 Fundamentals of Writing II.
ACT 15 or above (or) ASSET Numerical Skills 39 or above (or) COMPASS 36 or above (or) complete BSTD 0413 Elementary Algebra the prerequisite for Technical Math.