Entrepreneurship has been shown to be a driver of wealth creation in every economy where it occurs, and this program equips students to influence their world.
If you are interested in becoming an entrepreneur, Colorado Christian’s Entrepreneurship Certificate helps you develop skills related to “entrepreneurship as a mission.” CCU's entrepreneur training is 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 Certificate in Entrepreneurship 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 in entrepreneur courses 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.
If you have any questions about pursuing your entrepreneurship studies through Colorado Christian University’s Entrepreneurship Certificate Program, please contact our office of admissions.
Classes are typically completed in 5-week blocks.
See Tuition and Fees for details.