The Entrepreneurship Certificate helps you develop skills related to “entrepreneurship as a mission.” Entrepreneurship is studied as a vehicle to share the Gospel on the mission field, whether in starting a local franchise, working in a family business or helping a village become self-sustainable overseas. The course content is designed to help you craft an entrepreneurial mindset, which is vital for business start-ups as well as in established organizations.
Topics of study include entrepreneurship as a mission; starting and running a business; social, sustainable and mission entrepreneurship; and entrepreneurial growth. You will also be required to evaluate opportunities to promote self-employment through creativity and the use of God-given talents.
The Entrepreneurship Certificate is available as a stand-alone program, or students may transfer 12 credits from the certificate to a CCU bachelor's degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship. The Entrepreneurship Certificate can also be used to supplement a CCU bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Information Systems Management, or Organizational Management in Christian Leadership, Human Resources Management, or Project Management.
Classes are typically completed in 5-week blocks.
$470 per credit hour. See Tuition and Fees for details.
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