The Practical Entrepreneurship Certificate Program consists of five three-hour courses. During the program, students will select an actual business idea and complete a feasibility study/startup business plan for their business idea. The program is not the study of business but rather the application of business principles to the students’ business idea. Students should be prepared to accept some form of expense when developing their business entity and complying with registration and licensing requirements. By the end of the program, students will have completed the necessary work to open their own business.
- Provide an official copy of a high school transcript (showing completion), high school equivalency certificate, or a state-recognized home school graduation certificate
School Accreditation Statement
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