The following curriculum develops the basic skills necessary for success in the entrepreneur world. The classes provide a foundation for understanding entrepreneurship and how the business process works. This leads to a Certificate of Entrepreneurship and represents the first year of a two-year AAS degree in Small Business Management. Upon completion of this program, students will:
- Be given the basic proficiencies needed to operate a successful small business;
- Understand and be able to explain a broad overview of the basics of entrepreneurship;
- Identify the various services provided by the S.B.A;
- Be able to explain the various components of a business plan;
- Identify the pros and cons of various forms of business organization; and
- Discuss the start up of a new business and outline the steps necessary to get the business open and running.
For general information, contact the Admissions office: (406) 756-3847.
This program provides a foundation for many careers such as those on the following list provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the National Center for Education Statistics. For more information on specific career requirements, please contact an FVCC career advisor at (406) 756-3880.
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Average costs for this program are generally:
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