Small Business Administration and Entrepreneurship (SBA)
View the required classes for the Small Business Administration
and Entrepreneurship degree program.
Through the creation of jobs, the development of new products, and by supplying
crucial services to large businesses, small business remains the cornerstone of
the American marketplace. The Small Business Administration and Entrepreneurship degree program
provides the student with the analytical and managerial skills necessary to succeed in
a small business.
The curriculum emphasizes:
- Systematic techniques for determining product viability and market potential
- Preparing a business plan
- Dealing effectively with day-to-day administrative, legal, and marketing issues
- Establishing accounting procedures
- Establishing long-term planning objectives
Be a pioneer and fulfill your dreams in the business environment through this exciting
program in small business administration & entrepreneurship.
Business management courses are offered in a day or evening sequence. The
day sequence may be completed in as few as 18 months. The evening sequence may be
completed in three years.
- Demonstrate personal professionalism and a practical understanding of ethical, socially
responsible business practices.
- Apply proven human relations, supervisory, and contemporary management science techniques.
- Demonstrate proficiency in planning, scheduling, organizing, and critical thinking
- Analyze and resolve business case problems by employing accounting, economics, marketing,
and problem solving skills.
- Demonstrate knowledge of market research and due diligence techniques as a necessary
precursor to the preparation of a formal business plan.
- Prepare a formal business plan appropriate for presentation to a commercial lending