Entrepreneurship Degree - Online and Campus Programs

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Learning at Full Sail University has always centered around interaction and the exchange of ideas. Our online curriculum fully embraces this philosophy. We have developed our own online learning environment with the aim of being the most people-focused education experience on the web.
Programs:
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Master of Science (Online)

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Since 1977, Keiser University has provided quality student-centered, career-focused education. Keiser University Online offers degree programs online to prepare students for in-demand professions. Degrees are offered with a curriculum that is in pace with technology and workforce demand trends in business, criminal justice, health care, information technology and more. Our “one-class-at-a-time” approach allows busy students to focus on their education and balance the demands of work and family.

Programs:
  • Master of Business Administration, MBA - Leadership
  • Business Administration, BA - Management

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Southern Technical College provides education and training in a variety of medical and technical areas that enable graduates to obtain entry-level employment. As a student at Southern Technical College, you will have the opportunity learn in several different ways.

Locations:  Port Charlotte, FL

Programs:
  • A.S. - Management
  • B.S. - Management

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Your Career as an Entrepreneur Starts with Entrepreneurship Classes

What if you could harness your knowledge, learn business skills from a trade school, and work for yourself? Entrepreneurs can start up small businesses or work for themselves while employed by another business. Entrepreneurship classes are business management classes. A degree in business management will guide you through a variety of courses including business management core classes:
  • Accounting
  • Legal environment in business
  • Managerial finance
  • Principles of management
  • Marketing classes
If you're interested in a career in entrepreneurship, you can follow your passion into careers you love and work for yourself with a solid foundation in business.

Use Your Entrepreneurship Degree to Grow Your Own Career

Classes in entrepreneurship teach you small business management skills. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 75 percent of all entrepreneurs working a second job (using their entrepreneurial skills to create their own career while still holding down a job for an employer) worked in four occupational groups:
  • Executive, managerial, administrative
  • Professional specialty
  • Farming, forestry and fishing
  • Sales occupations
Trade school can be a great way to pursue your degree in entrepreneurship. With a degree in business management, taking core classes in entrepreneurship, you can follow your heart to find the business you want to pursue as a small business owner. A bachelor?s of science degree in entrepreneurship requires 120 credit hours in business management, with focus on small business development and growth. Students learn to identify opportunities, work with venture capitalists, understand business ownership and work in economic development. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, second job entrepreneurs made anywhere from $392 a week in the executive, administrative and managerial field to over $1450. Entrepreneurs working in professional specialties made from under $450 weekly to $1470.