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Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management

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Seventeen and one half units constitute the certificate.

Semester 1 (Fall) Required Courses (10 units):
BUS 302 Essentials of Management 3 units
BUS 303 Sales and Marketing 3 units
BUS 366 Promoting a Small Business .5 units
BUS 377 Managing Service Quality .5 units
ENTR 101 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 3 units
     
Semester 2 (Spring) Required Courses (7.5 units): 
BUS 364 Winning Business Plans .5 units
BUS 378 Effective Sales Methods .5 units
BUS 382 Advertising & Public Relations Strategies .5 units
BUS 390 Business Law: Entrepreneurship 3 units
ENTR 102 Entrepreneurship Projects 3 units

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