Business Entrepreneurship Degree
If you dream about being your own boss, start the journey to business ownership with Eastern Florida State College's Business Entrepreneurship Associate in Science degree program. We believe that blending classroom lessons with practical experience is the ideal preparation for creating, launching and operating a small business.
The A.S. degree curriculum includes a balanced combination of courses in general education, business-related subjects and covers all aspects of starting and operating a new business venture with an emphasis on the entrepreneurial skills needed for success. The program will give students an opportunity to evaluate their potential as entrepreneurs.
The Business Entrepreneurship A.S. degree also prepares students to pursue additional education in the business field, including moving on to EFSC's Organizational Management Bachelor Degree. Related certificate programs listed in the accordion below can be used to build toward the A.S. degree.
Apply for the A.S. degree or certificates through the general EFSC application process. Reach out to the program advisor for assistance in planning your entrepreneurship experience.
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Business Entrepreneurship C.C.C. (ENCC)
The Business Entrepreneurship College Credit Certificate is ideal for students who are interested in learning the basics about entrepreneurship.
Courses in this 12-credit-hour program can be completed in one semester to earn a stand-alone certificate. They may also be part of the Business Entrepreneurship A.S. degree or be used as business electives toward an Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree.
Entrepreneurship Operations C.C.C. (EOCC)
The Entrepreneurship Operations Certificate (EOCC) is geared towards students who want to learn operational skills with the goal of owning, operating or managing a business.
Students may choose to earn the 25-credit-hour certificate or apply the courses toward the Business Entrepreneurship A.S. degree.
The certificate's courses can also be used as business electives by a student who is pursuing an Associate in Arts (A.A) degree.