Associate of Business
Entrepreneurship - Articulated Credit
This program is designed for those individuals who currently own or plan to own or operate a small business. This program focuses on establishing, financing, marketing, and managing a small business. This program is intended for those individuals who have licensure in an occupation that has been approved for articulated credit by Baker College. Please consult with the Admissions Office to determine license eligibility or for further information.
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Entrepreneurship-Articulated Credit Program is accredited through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education.
- Entrepreneurs are usually self-employed and may not receive an income until the business shows a profit.
- Entrepreneurs perform many different roles in order to transform ideas and discoveries into viable businesses.
- Starting up a business requires problem-solving and decision-making abilities, good organizational skills, leadership development, and interpersonal skills.
- The U. S. Small Business Administration reports that America’s small businesses employ more than 50 percent of the private workforce, generate more than half of the nation’s gross domestic product, and are the principal source of new jobs in the U.S. economy.