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Entrepreneurial Management Diploma Program
The Entrepreneurship Program offers a unique learning opportunity to students who aspire to start, or secure employment in, a business having high growth potential. The program helps students identify viable career options in Entrepreneurship, expand their basic knowledge of the entrepreneurial process, and develop a repertoire of venture management skills and techniques
This diploma program is designed to provide instruction in the knowledge and skills required for business entrepreneurship. Program content includes evaluation of business concepts, development of sound business and marketing plans, legal responsibilities, financial management and competition. The program will attempt to educate students about the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship, recognizing that entrepreneurial skills and behaviors can be developed. The study of entrepreneurship will provide information on generating innovative ideas, avoiding the problems and pitfalls of entrepreneurship, examining where and how to find assistance and support, and applying learning to personal, community-service, and business ventures. Entrepreneurship motivates students and provides them with support in planning for their success.
The curriculum is designed to provide basic education and background in this field. With satisfactory completion of this program and applicable work experience, students may pursue occupations such as Small Business Owner, Accounting/Budgeting Assistant and/or Administrative Assistant in Records Management, Marketing, Sales, Advertising or Personnel departments.
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Course Number Course Title
EPT101 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
EPT105 Business Planning
EPT107 Business Management
EPT250 Special Topics in Small Business Management
BUS110 Principles of Advertising and Sales
BUS120 Business Law
BUS122 Entrepreneurial Financing
ACT101 Principles of Accounting
ACT 103 Accounting II