Entrepreneurship is the lifeblood of our market economy. Current estimates are that 80% of new jobs are created by small businesses. This program is designed to provide graduates with the information and skills they will need to create, start and manage their own businesses. This degree will assist students intending to establish their own businesses in a variety of fields such as retail, wholesale, construction, manufacturing, consulting and the entire service industry.
(for those matriculating in 2015-2016)
Self-employment is not the only option for our graduates. This degree will provide a thorough overview of business which will be necessary for success in a wide variety of industries in the business world.
Although the Entrepreneurship A.A.S. degree is not designed primarily for transfer, graduates will have the opportunity to continue their education at four year colleges and universities.
For specific transfer information, contact the Counseling, Career, and Transfer Services office.
Program ChairTim McCabe
Associate Professor (Economics/Business)