You decide how the entrepreneurship courses offered at SPC fit your educational goals. SPC offers the following degrees and programs:
You can also take entrepreneurship courses to enhance another SPC workforce-related associate degree, such as Digital Media Production, Digital Video Production, Drafting & Design Technology, Early Childhood Education, Music Industry/Recording Arts or Hospitality.
Our Entrepreneurship Certificate offers the practical, hands-on preparation you need to start, finance, manage and build your own business or launch your ideas.
The four courses required to earn the Entrepreneurship Certificate are:
ENT 1000 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 3 credits
This is a comprehensive overview of the entrepreneurial venture from its inception to its development. See if you have the personality and characteristics to be an entrepreneur. Concepts include:
ENT 1012 Entrepreneurial Management 3 credits
The course will focus on understanding issues and developing strategies related to the management of entrepreneurial enterprises and is relevant for students with or without their own venture idea. Concepts include:
ENT 2120 Entrepreneurial Marketing & Sales 3 credits
This course addresses the areas of marketing, sales, promotion and finances all geared towards the entrepreneurial venture. Concepts include:
ENT 2010 Planning the Entrepreneurial Venture 3 credits
This capstone course will have students create a complete business plan of their choosing for a new or expanding business concept or venture. Concepts include: