Entrepreneurship

Program Goals Statement

The program focuses on developing skills in finance, human resource management, management principles, marketing, purchasing, and sales needed for establishing and operating a new business.

Program Information

  • Transfer credits for any course in the Business Administration Department (ACC, BNK, BUS, LSM, MAN, MAR and RMN) must be approved by the Business Administration Department Chairperson. 
  • Bristol is the home of the Academic Center for Entrepreneurship. It works to assist people starting a business as well as to encourage local high school and middle school students to consider entrepreneurship.

After Bristol

  • Students are ready to open their own businesses and other enterprises. Some senior institutions offer four-year degrees in Entrepreneurship.

Infused General Education Competencies

Ethical Dimensions, Multicultural Perspective

Degree Requirements

General Courses

Course #
Title
Credits
CSS 101: College Success Seminar / Business and Experiential Education FYE  +
0 - 1
Sub-Total Credits
18-19

Elective Courses

Course #
Title
Credits
Scientific Reasoning and Discovery Elective  +
3 - 4
Sub-Total Credits
3-4

Program Electives

Course #
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
3
Total credits:
64-66

Course Sequencing

Item #
Title
Credits
CSS 101: College Success Seminar / Business and Experiential Education FYE  +
0 - 1
Sub-Total Credits
16-17
Item #
Title
Credits
Program Elective  +
3
Scientific Reasoning and Discovery Elective  +
3 - 4
Sub-Total Credits
15-16

Overview

Program

Degree

Associate in Science

Campus

Degree Offered

Associate in Science in Business Administration Career (Entrepreneurship)

Program Contact

Vivien Ojadi
Department Co-Chair
Vivien.Ojadi@BristolCC.edu

Amy Crouch
Department Co-Chair
Amy.Crouch@BristolCC.edu

Vidyanidhi Rege
Dean of Business and Experiential Education
Vidyanidhi.Rege@BristolCC.edu