This certificate is designed for those interested in starting their own business exposing students to the basics of entrepreneurship, including design thinking, customer assessment, problem solving, financing and leveraging resources. It will utilize the Business Model Canvas technique and will provide students with critical insights into the basics of founding-team formation. Students will learn about the Gig economy, legal business structures, e-commerce, networks, key relationships and the differences between the many types of solopreneurs.
25 students annually with a 2-3% variable of growth every year.
Student will be able to develop a business plan outlining the viability and sustainability of their idea and key elements in establishing business partnerships
Student will be able to apply standard accounting practices in a business and able to recognize and evaluate finance opportunities.
Student will be able to create a Business Model Canvas showcasing its main components and be able to produce and deliver a compelling presentation.
Student will be able to demonstrate the principles of the Gig Economy and recognize the different types of entrepreneurial categories.
Course Title Units ENP 50 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 3 ENP 51 Entrepreneurship Basics 3 ENP 53 Money, Finance, and Accounting for Entrepreneurs 3 ENP 54 Business Model Canvas and Presentations for Entrepreneurs 3 ENP 70 Building an Entrepreneurial Team 3 ENP 71 Solopreneurship 3
Students can take the courses simultaneously.
Diann Thursby · 04/29/20
Received regional recommendation at 04-13-2020 IEDRC Deans Meeting.
Vanessa Thomas · 03/25/20
Were the correct advisory minutes attached to this document? The minutes focused on Automotive Technology and Business Information Worker.