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Entrepreneurship [2043, 3023]

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Business Administration, Business Entrepreneurship [2043]


Associate in Science Degree (60 Credit Hours)

This program prepares students to open, manage and market their own small business. The program also prepares students to work as managers in a small to medium business.

The Business Administration Programs available at the SCF provide our students with opportunities to develop the skills necessary to participate in business and professional communities successfully in their area of interest. Our business programs offer both traditional classroom instruction and flexible on-line learning environment opportunities for success.

This coursework prepares graduates for immediate employment in small and medium-sized organizations and provides supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in management occupations.

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Entrepreneurship [3023]


Certificate (12 Credit Hours)

This certificate is designed to teach students the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and may lead to entry level employment within the business career cluster. The coursework will apply toward the A.S. Business Administration, Business Entrepreneurship degree [2043].

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Advising


Students planning to pursue an Associate of Science (A.S.) Degree or Certificate are strongly encouraged to meet with the individual program director/manager. Meeting with your program director/manager can ensure proper course selection and program success.

Program Director

Nancy Brown

Phone (Bradenton): 941-752-5281
Phone (Venice): 941-408-1300, ext. 65281

Email: brownn@scf.edu

Career and Technical Education Staff

In addition, the following CTE staff are always available for help.

Heather Mills
A.S. Advising

Phone
941-752-5562

Email
millsh@scf.edu

Kristey Richardson
Business and Student Engagement

Phone
941-752-5290

Email
richark@scf.edu

Career Pathways and Articulation


As a Sarasota or Manatee county school student, you may have taken career, technical or academy classes at your high school or technical college. Through a career pathways agreement between SCF and the local school districts, students can receive college credit for the work they’ve completed.

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