Entrepreneurship Ventures CCC

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    Dale Mabry
CCC.ENT.VEN (18 Credit Hours) | Part of the Accounting and Business Subject

This 18 credit certificate builds upon the Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 12 credit certificate. It is designed for students who are interested in launching their own business venture or working in a small to medium-sized business upon graduation. Students will engage in skill building related to new ventures that includes human-centered problem solving, creativity, problem identification, level II business modeling, and rapid testing of new innovative prototypes and solutions.

Students will also learn about social entrepreneurship, and gain a deeper understanding of small business finance and personal finance. Students who complete this degree are eligible for applying for HCC’s Everyday Entrepreneur Venture SEED Fund. All credits earned in the Certificate program may be applied toward the Associate of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship.

Students will also learn about social entrepreneurship, and gain a deeper understanding of small business finance and personal finance. Students who complete this degree are eligible for applying for HCC’s Everyday Entrepreneur Venture SEED Fund. All credits earned in the Certificate program may be applied toward the Associate of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship.

This curriculum is from the current college catalog and is meant to provide prospective students an example of courses taken in this degree/certificate.  It is not intended to be used for graduation requirements.  Students should consult an advisor for graduation information.

CCC.ENT.VEN (18 Credit Hours)

Program Required Courses

YEAR I – First Semester

†ENT 1000 Introduction to Entrepreneurship - 3 cr.
†ENT 1012 Entrepreneurship Management - 3 cr.
†ENT 1031 Entrepreneurial Marketing and Sales - 3 cr.
†ENT 1100 Personal Finance - 3 cr.

YEAR I – Second Semester

†ENT 1411 Small Business Accounting and Finance - 3 cr.
†ENT 1612 Creativity, Innovation, and Human Centered Design - 3 cr.

†Courses symbolized with a dagger (†) are offered online in addition to the traditional delivery methods. Online availability may vary by academic term.

NOTE: Coursework may be applied to the two-year Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship AS degree.

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Dale Mabry
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Dale Mabry
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