Certificate — Management & Entrepreneurship

Do you have an idea for a new or improved product or technology? Have you ever dreamed of starting your own business? Do you want to gain some business skills to complement your areas of interest? The 18-credit Management & Entrepreneurship Certificate program is uniquely designed to provide you with the skills and resources necessary to identify and pursue entrepreneurial opportunities, putting creativity and innovation to work.

The program also provides students with the necessary foundation to achieve their desired management positions by offering instruction and hands-on education on the principles of management, human resource management, small business management, supervisory leadership, entrepreneurial finance, principles of marketing and business plan development.

Employment

In today’s competitive marketplace, the businesses that succeed are those that are focused, organized and well managed. Management career paths offer a wide variety of positions, from entry-level supervisory positions and department managers to office managers and executive positions, depending on your level of knowledge, talent and ambition.

For those who seek to become entrepreneurs, if you have drive and determination backed by a sound business plan, you can build a bright future for yourself. Your self-employed career opportunities and earning potential are only limited by your imagination.

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Next Steps

NTC’s stackable credentials make it possible to first obtain a certificate in Management & Entrepreneurship and then progress to a diploma in sales and marketing or an AAS degree in sales, marketing and management. Also, credits earned through this certificate can be applied in full toward NTC’s Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Business.

College Readiness

A student may be required to enroll in college readiness courses in reading, writing and math. A student’s scores on the Accuplacer assessment will determine enrollment in college readiness courses. The purpose of college readiness courses is to prepare students for the demands of a college-level curriculum. Credits may vary.

Degree Requirements

Course #Course NameCredit
MKTG 2200Prin of Management3.00
MKTG 2220Human Resource Management3.00
MKTG 2232Marketing Management3.00
MKTG 2236Small Business Management3.00
BUSN 1100Entrepreneurial Finance3.00
CPTR 1104Computerized Business Applications3.00
Total Credits: 18