Entrepreneurship Major

The business management entrepreneurship major is designed for those who want to learn more about opportunity recognition and evaluation and new venture start-up and growth. Students in this program will participate in courses and seminars staffed by faculty members as well as entrepreneurs and business owners/managers in the local community. Students will have opportunities to learn firsthand what is needed to start a new business venture that will add economic and cultural value to the community, and to run an existing business with an entrepreneurial mindset.

Stark State also offers a one-year certificate program as well as a career enhancement certificate in entrepreneurship. Students may apply credits earned in this certificate program to the business management associate degree program. Students will be awarded a certificate in entrepreneurship upon completion of the courses listed.

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101
Student Success Seminar
BUS121
Business Administration
ITD122
Computer Applications for Professionals
 
or AOT226 Spreadsheet Microsoft Excel
BUS124
Business Analysis with Algebra
ENG124
College Composition
ENT120
Entrepreneurship
ENT124
Managing Entrepreneurial Growth
BUS221
Microeconomics
MTH108
Explorations in Modern Mathematics or
 
MTH125 College Algebra
MGT121
Principles of Management
ENT225
Global Entrepreneurship
MGT224
Human Resource Management
COM121
Effective Speaking
MKT121
Principles of Marketing
ACC132
Financial Accounting
 
Arts & Humanities Elective
ENT223
Entrepreneurship Practicum
ACC133
Managerial Accounting
ACC130
Business Law & Ethics
BUS222
Macroeconomics
MKT221
Sales

TOTAL CREDITS 63-64