Entrepreneurial Studies Level I - CCL
The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Entrepreneurial Studies Level I program is designed to provide students with an introduction to the entrepreneurial process. Courses include a history of entrepreneurship, current research into its impacts on society, types of business start-up opportunities, and creating a preliminary business plan, as well as securing a healthy financial future.
Students must earn a grade of C or better for all courses within the program.
|EPS150||Introduction to Entrepreneurship||3|
|EPS160||New Venture Creation||2|
|EPS180||Technology Business Planning (3) OR|
|EPS195||Business Start-Up and Planning(2)||2-3|
|GBS/HEC132||Personal and Family Financial Security||3|
- Define entrepreneurship. (EPS150)
- Describe planning activities required for the successful launch of a new venture. (EPS150, EPS160)
- Differentiate between various types of business start-up opportunities. (EPS150, EPS160)
- Compare and contrast business financing alternatives. (EPS150, EPS160)
- Describe components of a successful business feasibility study. (EPS150, EPS160)
- Complete a business experience assessment. (EPS160)
- Describe the fundamentals of identifying new technologies and innovations as entrepreneurial opportunities for profitable commercial feasibility. (EPS180)
- Compare and contrast components of a business plan. (EPS180, EPS195)
- Create a preliminary business plan. (EPS180, EPS195)
- Compare and contrast principles and practices of personal and family financial planning. (GBS132)
- Differentiate between types of business financing. (GBS132)
Additional information is available at MCCCD's Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation.
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