Introduction to Entrepreneurship (Microcredential)

The Introduction to Entrepreneurship microcredential provides aspiring and existing entrepreneurs with basic entrepreneurial and business skills to launch a new business.

Courses aim to increase the likelihood of your success by reinforcing the concepts and skills needed to create, design and launch a successful new business. This microcredential is for those who want to run their own business or become a driver of innovation in an established company. At the same time, those who already own a business will find that it may help them become more effective.

Students in the introductory microcredential can continue with the intermediate and advanced levels and may pursue an Entrepreneurship A.A.S. degree.

This is a stackable set of courses with students taking the Introduction to Entrepreneurship, followed by the Intermediate courses, and then the Advanced Entrepreneurship microcredential, which leads to a certificate in Entrepreneurship.


  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurial Process
  • Principles of Marketing

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Program Learning Outcomes

Upon the completion of this microcredential, students will be able to:

  • Identify basic concepts and practices in entrepreneurship.
  • Describe steps in creating, designing and launching a successful new business with the implementation of a business plan.
  • Describe the marketing planning process.

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Ricky P. Thibodeau
Business and Criminal Justice DEPARTMENT CHAIRPERSON