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Entrepreneurship

With entrepreneurship credentials, you will be ready to start and grow a business. As a self-employed business owner, job responsibilities will include making informed decisions about strategy, budgets, marketing, and payroll.

Course work centers on topics for a future business owner. Students will learn concepts of innovation, business funding, and marketing. Additional course work includes computing and economics. The goal is to develop a sound base for lifelong learning about how to start and run a business.

Graduates are prepared to be self-employed and open their own for-profit business or nonprofit organization.


Credentials

The following credentials are possible with this program:

Associate of Applied Science in Entrepreneurship
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Diploma in Entrepreneurship
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Certificate in Entrepreneurship
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Gainful Employment Information


School of Applied Science and Technology
Associate of Applied Science Degree Program

South Piedmont has an extensive selection of Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree programs developed for occupational fields. Emphasizing career preparation, these programs of study provide in-depth career preparation and General Education courses so that students are prepared with knowledge or skills in a specialized area.

Note: The coursework for an AAS degree can be completed in two years. The AAS degree program is not designed as a college transfer program; however, because of bilateral agreements with several four-year colleges and universities, courses taken as part of AAS programs may be accepted for transfer credit.

To begin your program of study, call the Enrollment Hotline at 704-272-5391 or send an email to admissions@spcc.edu.

Enrolled students should consult their academic advisors about the transferring process.


Entrepreneurship faculty



Fredrea Crawford-Smith
Faculty,
Business Administration



Sam Spencer
Faculty,
Business Administration

Entrepreneurship