The goal of the College of Entrepreneurship, which was founded in 2007, is to provide students with the opportunity to learn by doing. Students are encouraged to learn on their own and explore concepts and ideas that interest them. Out-of-classroom projects are assigned to enhance in-classroom learning and make the principles of entrepreneurship more tangible.
In order to broaden the opportunities of its students, the College of Entrepreneurship has integrated short courses to supplement its Entrepreneurship curriculum. These short courses are designed to give students skills that they may use these in businesses they may wish to start after graduation. The short courses also provide a fallback option if students are not able to pursue the full four-year Bachelor’s degree. Courses that are offered or that will soon be offered include:
- Motorcycle and Small Engine Servicing
- Food and Beverage Service
- Massage Therapy
- Automotive Repair
- Home Electric Wiring
- Commercial Cooking
- Bread and Pastry
To learn about the schedule of courses offered, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at 0939-630-4151.