Entrepreneurship Program Description
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Entrepreneurship

Diploma
Program Description
Sioux City Campus
This program is designed to prepare individuals to become entrepreneurs. Students will gain the knowledge of entrepreneurship through application of business concepts and ideas in the creation of a business plan.

Required Classes

Search For Available Classes - First Semester
SDV 108   The College Experience................................ 1
BUS 102   Introduction to Business............................... 3
BUS 124   Business Innovation..................................... 3
BUS 130   Introduction to Entrepreneurship.................... 3
ACC 111   Introduction to Accounting............................ 3
MKT 110   Principles of Marketing................................. 3
Search For Available Classes - Second Semester
BUS 133   Entrepreneurial Studies................................. 3
MKT 140   Principles of Selling...................................... 3
ACC 131   Principles of Accounting I............................... 4
CSC 110   Introduction to Computers.............................. 3
HCM 239   Customer Service......................................... 2
Search For Available Classes - Third Semester
COM 723   Workplace Communications.............................. 3
BUS 185   Business Law I.............................................. 3
MGT 147   Leadership Development................................. 3

      Program Total.............................................. 40

* Denotes courses commonly articulated with area high schools.
Advisors
Sandra Mueller Ext. 1283 Room A146 sandra.mueller@witcc.edu
Diane Hargens, MBA, Division Chair Ext. 4219 Room A145 diane.hargens@witcc.edu
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