Entrepreneurship Certificate

PROGRAM CODE: 2C21257

The Entrepreneurship Certificate is designed to prepare students with key considerations for starting and managing a business. We will guide students step by step through solid business planning. Upon completion of this certificate, students will have a business plan and the skills necessary to seek funding to start or expand a business. A grade of C or better is required in each course taken. This certificate requires 28-31 units.

Required Courses (3 units):
BUS 180 FSmall Business Management3
Select one course from the following (3-5 units):3-5
Accounting for Small Business3
Financial Accounting Principle3
Financial Accounting5
Select one course from the following (3 units):3
Business Communications3
Critical Reasoning and Writing for Business (formerly Writing for Business)3
Select one course from the following (3 units):3
Introduction to Business3
Principles of E-Business3
The Entrepreneurial Mindset (formerly Business Plan Development)3
Mobile Applications (APPs) for Business (formerly Doing Business Online)3
Select one course from the following (3 units):3
Business Economics3
Business Finance3
Principles of Economics-Micro3
Select one course from the following (3 units): 13
Legal Environment of Business3
Business Law I (formerly BUS 241AF)3
Select one course from the following (3-4 units):3-4
Public Speaking for Business4
Principles of Management3
Human Relations in Organizations (formerly Human Relations in Business)3
Principles of Supervision3
Human Resource Management3
Leadership and Business Ethics3
Select one course from the following (3 units):3
International Marketing3
Introduction to Marketing3
New Media Marketing3
Small Business Promotions3
Select courses from the following (4 units):4
Creativity Matters!3
Funding Special Projects and New Ventures1
Introduction to Personal Computers4
Introduction to Information Systems4
Total Units28-31

Outcome 1: Create a basic business plan for a small business.

Outcome 2: Utilize a working vocabulary of business terminology.

Outcome 3: Analyze a routine business request and respond with a written letter that illustrates good business writing skills.