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Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CTENTI)

Certificate

Description

This certificate provides students with the ability to continuously learn and adapt the business knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to succeed in business, whether as an entrepreneur starting and operating a small business or as an intrapreneur within an organization. Students learn to recognize market opportunities within an industry, plan a business initiative to develop that opportunity, and evaluate its profit potential. This certificate is appropriate for students who wish to start their own business or improve their chances for finding employment and success at any business enterprise.

Contact Information

Division
Business/Computer Technologies
Department
Business Department
Advisors
Cheryl Byrne

Requirements

Major/Area Requirements
Class Title Credits
BMG 101 Entrepreneurship I: Finding Your Opportunity 3
BMG 109 Entrepreneurship II: Starting Your Business 3
BMG 209 Entrepreneurship III - Running and Growing Your Business 3
Select a minimum of 9 credits from the following: ACC 100, ACC 131, BMG 111, BMG 155, BMG 160, BMG 205, BMG 207, BMG 240, BMG 250, BMG 273, BMG 291 9
Total 18
Total Credits Required
18

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