Certificate in Entrepreneurship

This program provides potential and current entrepreneurs with hands-on experience planning a new start-up from concept identification to a pitch of the proposed venture to potential investors and select community members.  Through the series of five core courses, students will explore the dynamics of entrepreneurship as related to the entrepreneurial mindset, process and product. All courses are taught in consecutive eight-week sessions.

Class Requirements

School of Business and Education, 505-428-1256

This program provides potential and current entrepreneurs with hands-on experience planning a new start-up from concept identification to a pitch of the proposed venture to potential investors and select community members.  Through the series of five core courses, students will explore the dynamics of entrepreneurship as related to the entrepreneurial mindset, process and product. All courses are taught in consecutive eight-week sessions.

 

CORE REQUIREMENTS: (13 hrs.)

BSAD 119         Entrepreneurship – Planning and

Introduction (3)

BSAD 219         Business Models (3)

BSAD 220         E-Commerce, Crowdfunding and Marketing (3)

BSAD 223         Finance and Funding Start-ups (3)

BSAD 224         Pitching Your Start-up (1)

 

APPROVED ELECTIVES (3 hrs.)

ACCT 111        Small Business Accounting (3)

BSAD 211         Principles of Management (30

BSAD 232         Business Law (3)

BSAD 235         Human Relations in the Workplace (3)

BSAD 240         Principles of Marketing (3)

3 credit hours within an area or field of interest

 

NOTE: See First-Year Student Success Course Requirement on Page 8.

TOTAL 16 CREDITS