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  Dec 17, 2017
Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014 ARCHIVED [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Information Technology Entrepreneurship Certificate

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The Information Technology Entrepreneurship certificate program is a module-based, non-credit interdisciplinary program that will provide individuals who have information technology skills with the entrepreneurship skills needed to start and operate a successful business. With advancements in telecommunications and information technology, this work can be done virtually anywhere in the United States or even the world. Remote rural areas will no longer be at a major economic disadvantage and as a result, the proposed certificate program seeks to provide rural residents with the information technology entrepreneurship skills and tools needed to capitalize on this opportunity.

The certificate program will not offer courses or program modules for credit. To earn the Information Technology Entrepreneurship certificate, individuals would complete a minimum of four modules:

  • Building a new business in Technology
  • Hiring and Managing Employees
  • Website Development to Support Entrepreneurship
  • Successful Computer Consulting
  • Software design estimation
  • Using Finance Software to Monitor your Business

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