Entrepreneurship Certificate (Post Secondary)
As large business downsize and the number of smaller businesses increases, the need for small business management or entrepreneurial education increases. The entrepreneurship certificate program addresses the needs of individuals who manage small businesses, as well as individuals who believe they would like to start a business in the future. In addition, the entrepreneurship certificate program addresses the intrapreneurship (innovative risk taking) needs of individuals who are currently working for larger organizations in which mangement is sharing decision making and product development with all employees.
Students must satisfy the prerequisites of each course in the program by either (a) completing the prerequisite courses, or (b) demonstrating to a Computer Technology faculty member that they have otherwise met the prerequisites. Students must complete a minimum of 15 hours at Kent State University.
|ENTREPRENEURSHIP CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS (22 credits)|
|BMRT||11000||Introduction to Business||3|
|21000||Business Law and Ethics I||3|
|21020||Introduction to Entrepreneurship||3|
|21023||Financing the Business Venture||3|
|21052||Professional Selling Techniques||3|
|COMT||11000||Introduction to Computer Systems||3|