Entrepreneurship is the ability and readiness to develop, organize and run a business enterprise, along with any of its uncertainties in order to make a profit. The most prominent example of entrepreneurship is the starting of new businesses.
In economics, entrepreneurship connected with land, labor, natural resources, and capital can generate a profit. The entrepreneurial vision is defined by discovery and risk-taking and is an indispensable part of a nation’s capacity to succeed in an ever-changing and more competitive global marketplace.
Entrepreneurship/Wealth Building (ENT 101)
This program is designed to assist students in starting their own businesses. From business ideas to business plans to implementation, students will learn the pros and cons of being self-employed.
Students must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Students with math and English deficiencies will be required to take General Education Math and/or Language Arts.
Each student must pass all subjects in the program with at least a cumulative “C” (2.0) average. Tuition and program costs must be paid in full. Students meeting these requirements will be issued a Certificate of Completion.
|Catalog Designation||Course Title|
|ENT 101.1||Intro to Entrepreneurship|
|ENT 101.2||Business Plan|
|ENT 101.3||Facilities and Equipment|
|ENT 101.5||Legalizing the Business|
|ENT 101.7||Financial Planning|
|ENT 101.9||Record Keeping|
|ENT 101.11||Financial Recourses|
|ENT 101.12||Black Entrepreneurs and Inventors|