Department Chairperson: Ricky P. Thibodeau
Brahan Hall, Room 219, (518) 629-7225
The Intermediate Entrepreneurship Microcredential is designed to provide aspiring and existing entrepreneurs with intermediate entrepreneurial skills and business education skills to launch a new business by reinforcing the concepts and skills necessary to create, design and launch a successful new business. Focus will be on legal issues, process of financial management and the sales process. This program provides the entrepreneurial skills needed for those whose dream is to run their own business or to become a driver of innovation in an established company. At the same time, those who already own a business will find that it helps them to advance their skill set.
This is a stackable Microcredential with students taking the Introduction to Entrepreneurship Microcredential, followed by the Intermediate Entrepreneurship Microcredential, then the Advanced Entrepreneurship Microcredential which leads to a Certificate in Entrepreneurship.
The Microcredentials can be met through either full- or part-time study and through day and online offerings
ENTR 120 Entrepreneurial Process