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Entrepreneurship (Certificate)

Study entrepreneurship at JCC

You bring the idea, the passion, and the drive. We’ll supply the tools you need to support your business venture.

Completed online or in the classroom, JCC’s entrepreneurship certificate program is sure to challenge you in a way that will help you reach your full potential professionally, academically, and as an entrepreneur.

At JCC, we know that small businesses and startups hold the key to economic success. We also know the skills required by an entrepreneur are different from those of other businesspeople. JCC is committed to providing entrepreneurs with the tools they need for success.

This certificate program will provide you with an opportunity to develop your entrepreneurial skills with an understanding of accounting, marketing, business law, and management as they relate to business ownership. Through electives, you will have the opportunity to explore various areas of business and add a more in-depth level of skill that you can use in becoming a successful entrepreneur.

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Courses

Semester 1

Course Credits

BUS 1430: Entrepreneurship I

3

ENT 1440: Small Business Management

3

Program Core Elective

Recommended:

BUS 1410: Accounting Fundamentals or

BUS 1500: Intro to Business

3

Mathematics & Sciences Elective

Recommended:

MAT 1500: Problem Solving

3

ENG 1510: English Composition I (or higher)

3

INT 1520: Student Success Seminar or 

INT 1555: Inquire

1-2
  • Program core electives should be chosen based on individual student need and should be selected with the help of an advisor.

Semester 2

Course Credits

ENT 1450: Entrepreneurship Finance

3

BUS 2540: Business Law II

3

CSC 1560: Computer Application Software I

4

Program Core Elective

Recommended:

BUS 2550: Marketing or

BUS 2580: Management & Organizational Behavior or

ENT 1480: Entrepreneurship Internship

3

Social Sciences Elective

Recommended:

LDR 1660: Leadership Development or

ECO 1530: Contemporary Economic Problems or

ECO 2610: Macroeconomics or

ECO 2620: Microeconomics

3
  • Discuss options with advisor for continuing on for A.A.S. or A.S. Business Administration degree.
  • Program core electives should be chosen based on individual student need and should be selected with the help of an advisor.

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