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Management & Entrepreneurship

  • Associate in Applied Science Degree
  • Four (4) Short-term stackable certificates
  • Online Degree

The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Management and Entrepreneurship is designed to prepare students to capitalize on their passion. This program will allow students to complete an Associate of Applied Science and/or any of four short-term, stackable certificates:

Business Essentials   •   Entrepreneurship   •   Accounting   •   Retail Management

Course Requirements

Course Description

Program Options

The Management and Entrepreneurship program is available completely online for flexibility and convenience or as a blend of traditional classroom instruction and online delivery.

Career Opportunities

The MGT-ETP program will train students for employment in the areas of business such as entrepreneurial endeavors, retailing, accounting, sales and marketing, and management. Students will learn to perform the essential functions required of an entry level employee up to management level. Through classroom and application activities, students will gain the knowledge and experience necessary to obtain an Associate in Applied Science degree and to pursue in-field employment.

To qualify for the following programs, students must complete pre-requisites so that they are ready for ENG101 and MTH100 by the first fall term.

Retail Management Option

TERM 1

TERM 2

TERM 3

TERM 4

TERM 5

ENG101

ENG102/HU/FA

BUS263

BUS285

SPH106/107

MTH100

CIS146

CIS286

ETP266

ETP267

BUS241

MKT223

BUS189

BUS175

BUS279

BUS215

BUS275

BUS276

ECO231

ECO232

ORI107

OAD246

13 credit hours

12 credit hours

12 credit hours

15 credit hours

12 credit hours

Accounting Option

TERM 1

TERM 2

TERM 3

TERM 4

TERM 5

ENG101

ENG102/HU/FA

BUS263

BUS279

SPH106/107

MTH100

CIS146

CIS286

ETP266

ETP267

BUS241

BUS242

ACT249

ACT253

ACT246

BUS215

MKT223

BUS275

ECO231

ECO232

ORI107

OAD246

13 credit hours

12 credit hours

12 credit hours

15 credit hours

12 credit hours