Small Business/Entrepreneurship, A.A.S.

Length: Four Semesters

The Associate in Applied Science degree in Management Supervision Technology - Small Business/ Entrepreneurship is an occupational degree, which introduces the principles of management and supervision, accounting concepts, and small business development skills. The program is designed to enable graduates of the program to enter lower level management and accounting positions and prepare individuals for small business management.

This is a career program designed for students to go directly into the labor market upon completion. Although some of the courses in this program will transfer to four-year institutions, this program is not designed to be a transfer program of study; therefore, it is not subject to the terms and conditions of STARS.

Applied Technologies Division

Chairperson:
Elizabeth Thompson Day

Faculty:
Kristen Barnhill
Michael Congiardo
Steven Hussey
Russell Reynolds
Jackie Stokes
Robert Welling

Semester One

Item #
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
16

Semester Two

Item #
Title
Credits
Humanities/Fine Arts Elective (3 SH) II  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
18

Semester Three

Item #
Title
Credits
MTH/CIS/SCI Elective III  +
3 - 4
Sub-Total Credits
18-19
Total credits:
67-68

Overview

Program

Type

A.A.S.