Entrepreneurship

  
The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Entrepreneurship is designed for students who exhibit entrepreneurial potential and interest in developing a solid foundation in the entrepreneurial mindset. The program educates prospective entrepreneurs to develop, launch, grow, and sustain new business ventures. In addition, entrepreneurs who have already established a business can strengthen their managerial and business skills by evaluating entrepreneurial opportunities, managing risks, and transforming and/or reinventing their business. The focus is on developing an entrepreneurial mindset, evaluating and investigating business opportunities, financing a business, and strategic planning.
 
    The general education requirements are designed to encourage students to develop critical and creative thinking, computation and communication skills, and basic technical skills used in the entrepreneurial world.
 
Associate of Applied Science Degree
General Education Requirements
Credits
Writing Level I (WR1)
 
3
American & Wyoming Government (POLS 1000)
 
3
MATH/APPM/LSCI
 
(In program)
IT/ORAL/WR2
 
(In program)
PEAC/UNST/WELL
 
1
Program Requirements
ACCT
1010
Principles of Accounting I (4cr) OR
 
ACCT
1050
Practical Accounting (3cr)
3
ACCT
1065
Computerized Accounting (IT)
2
BADM
1005
Business Math (APPM)
3
BADM
1020
Business Communication (WR2) OR
 
ENGL
2010
Technical Writing (WR2)
3
BADM
2105
Small Business Management
3
BUSN
2000
International Business OR
 
INST
2000
International Business
3
CO/M
2130
Human Relations (ORAL) OR
 
MGT
2130
Human Relations (ORAL)
3
ENTR
1505
Entrepreneurship I: Entrepreneurial Mindset
3
ENTR
1525
Entrepreneurship II: Opportunity Analysis
3
ENTR
1590
Entrepreneurial Leadership I
1
ENTR
2510
Entrepreneurship III: Financing Your Business
3
ENTR
2520
Legal Issues for Entrepreneurs
3
ENTR
2535
Entrepreneurship IV: Strategic Planning, A Roadmap to Success
3
ENTR
2590
Entrepreneurial Leadership II
1
FIN
1000
Personal Finance
3
MGT
2110
Business Ethics
3
MKT
1000
Advertising Sales & Promotion
3
MKT
1510
Entrepreneurial Marketing OR
 
MKT
2100
Principles of Marketing
3
Program Electives
 
 
Students must choose nine (9) credits from the following courses:
ACCT
1020
Principles of Accounting II
3
CMAP
1680
*Microcomputer Applications (IT)
3
CMAP
1725
Word Processing Applications:
3
CMAP
1775
Spreadsheet Applications:
3
CO/M
1050
Conflict Management and Mediation
3
CO/M
2250
Organizational Communication
3
ECON
1010
Principles of Macroeconomics (SOC)
3
ECON
1020
Principles of Microeconomics (SOC)
3
ENTR
1501
Survey of Entrepreneurship
3
IMGT
2400
Information Management
3
MGT
2000
Introduction to Business
3
Total
65
*Students with no computer experience must take CMAP-1680, Microcomputer Applications, in the first semester of the program.
 
Certificate
    The Entrepreneurship Certificate program is designed for students who exhibit entrepreneurial potential and interest in exploring the entrepreneurial mindset. The focus is on developing an entrepreneurial mindset, evaluating and investigating business opportunities, financing a business, and strategic planning. The general education requirements are designed to encourage students to develop computational and communication skills used in the entrepreneurial world.
 
General Education Requirements
Credits
Writing Level I (WR1)
 
3
MATH/APPM/LSCI
 
(In program)
PEAC/UNST/WELL
 
1
Program Requirements
ACCT
1010
Principles of Accounting I (4cr) OR
 
ACCT
1050
Practical Accounting (3cr)
3
BADM
1005
Business Math (APPM)
3
BADM
1020
Business Communication (WR2) OR
 
ENGL
2010
Technical Writing (WR2)
3
BADM
2105
Small Business Management
3
CO/M
2130
Human Relations (ORAL) OR
 
MGT
2130
Human Relations (ORAL)
3
ENTR
1505
Entrepreneurship I: Entrepreneurial Mindset
3
ENTR
1525
Entrepreneurship II: Opportunity Analysis
3
ENTR
1590
Entrepreneurial Leadership I
1
ENTR
2510
Entrepreneurship III: Financing Your Business
3
ENTR
2520
Legal Issues for Entrepreneurs
3
ENTR
2535
Entrepreneurship IV: Strategic Planning, A Roadmap to Success
3
ENTR
2590
Entrepreneurial Leadership II
1
MKT
1000
Advertising & Sales Promotion OR
 
MKT
1510
Entrepreneurial Marketing
3
Total
39
 
Credential
    The Entrepreneurship Credential program is designed for students who exhibit entrepreneurial potential and interest in exploring the entrepreneurial mindset. The focus is on developing an entrepreneurial mindset, evaluating and investigating business opportunities, financing a business, and strategic planning. 
 
Program Requirements
Credits
CO/M
2130
Human Relations (ORAL) OR
 
MGT
2130
Human Relations (ORAL)
3
ENTR
1505
Entrepreneurship I: Entrepreneurial Mindset
3
ENTR
1525
Entrepreneurship II: Opportunity Analysis
3
ENTR
1590
Entrepreneurial Leadership I
1
ENTR
2510
Entrepreneurship III: Financing Your Business
3
ENTR
2535
Entrepreneurship IV: Strategic Planning, A Roadmap to Success
3
ENTR
2590
Entrepreneurial Leadership II
1
MKT
1000
Advertising & Sales Promotion OR
 
MKT
1510
Entrepreneurial Marketing
3
Total
20
 

 

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