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Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management

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Sierra College’s new Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship Program can guide you through the process of owning your own business. Plus, understand the principles of sustainability and social entrepreneurship. We focus on women and minority entrepreneurs and small-business owners.

Learn from a real-world business curriculum that shows you everything you need to know. Our hands-on classes let you test your mettle as an entrepreneur.

Classes are available online, in person or blended.

Entrepreneurship is a Strong Workforce Initiative Program.

Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship 21-Unit Certificate of Achievement

Required Core, 15 Units:

  • Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (Business 140)
  • Accounting for Entrepreneurs (Business A)
  • Business Communication, or Intro to Oral Communication (Business 102 or Business 85)
  • Marketing/Social Media (Business 120 or Business 122)
  • Social Entrepreneurship (Business 143)

Business Electives, 3 Units:

  • International Business Practices (Business 55)
  • Selling Dynamics (Business 124)
  • Retailing (Business 123)
  • Human Resource Management (Business 103)
  • Planning, Financing and Operating a Small Business (Business B)
  • QuickBooks (Business 8)
  • Customer Service Skills (Business 116)
  • Project Management Concepts and Software (CIS 136)
  • Starting a Small Business (Business 141)

Interdisciplinary Coursework, 3 Units:

  • Three units in a specific Discipline
  • Independent Study* (Business or other 28)
  • Internship/Mentorship/Apprenticeship* (Business or other 95)
    *Course can include work with a makerspace, incubator, or accelerator

Fundamentals of Business Entrepreneurship 9-Unit Skills Certificate:

  • Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (Business 140)
  • Independent Study* (Business or other 28), or Internship/Mentorship/Apprenticeship* (Business or other 95)
  • Starting a Small Business (Business 141)
    *Course can include work with a makerspace, incubator, or accelerator

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Denise Bushnell Full-time Faculty, Regional Entrepreneurship Coordinator

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    Rocklin, CA 95677
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