Small Business Management
Technical Standards1 for SBC
For general information about technical standards and accommodation, see Technical Standards.
Students entering these programs must be able to demonstrate the ability to:
- Comprehend textbook material at the 11th grade level.
- Communicate and assimilate information either in spoken, printed, signed, or computer voice format.
- Gather, analyze, and draw conclusions from data.
- Manipulate small items such as a mouse or keyboard.
- Read data from a computer screen.
- Sit or stand for prolonged periods of time.
Small Business Management Certificate (SBC)
This program is a great option if you own your own business or are thinking of starting one. Learn the latest concepts in financing, staffing, organizing, and running a small business. Many enjoy the opportunities that come with owning their own business: the adventure, being their own boss, working in a field they enjoy and/or believe in, and fulfilling their own mission.
|ENG 101||English Composition I||3|
|ACC 101||Principles Of Accounting I||3|
|CIS 127||Computer Technologies||3|
|MAT 126||Topics In Mathematics (or higher)||4|
|MGT 110||Small Business Management||3|
|ECO 101 or 102||Macroeconomics (or Microeconomics)||3|
|ACC 102||Principles Of Accounting II||3|
See the small business general information for technical standards.
Students must spend additional time outside of class completing assignments. It is not advisable for full-time students to work full-time.
For transfer options, please click here. It is recommended that you also consult with your academic advisor.
Technical standards must be met with or without accommodations.
Varies according to industry.
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