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The Entrepreneurship Certificate combines functional areas of business to provide students with the skills needed for entrepreneurship. This program is for students now or in the future interested in starting a new venture, working for a startup, a career in small/medium firms or family businesses, or tackling new ventures within an existing organization. The certificate is available to all majors.

Note: Students will be required to complete 31 credit hours to earn this degree.

Location

Available at Sheridan College and Online

Industry Outlook

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in business, entrepreneurship, and financial operations occupations is projected to grow 8% from 2020 to 2030, adding about 750,800 new jobs.

Program Outcomes:

  • Examine financial statements and operating results to make informed business decisions.
  • Examine financial statements and operating results to make informed business decisions.
  • Analyze the ways an information system affects an organization’s competitive advantage.
  • Describe basic ethical practices in business.
  • Analyze the basic features of domestic and international economic systems.
  • Communicate using written, oral, and visual communication skills.