Introduction to Entrepreneurship
- High School Only
This major introduces students to the concept of entrepreneurship. Students acquire knowledge of the nature and scope of entrepreneurship and the impact of entrepreneurship on market economies. Students examine and develop the personal traits and behaviors fundamental to becoming a successful entrepreneur, and they are exposed to the first steps of the entrepreneurial process. In addition, students develop an understanding of economic concepts and marketing functions.
Operate an onsite coffee shop. Create a business plan to market and sell to the community. Use advanced market research to develop robust advertising, sales and management plans.
Average OK Salary: Dependent upon the success of the business
M-F | 7:25 AM - 10:25 AM
M-F | 11:25 AM - 2:25 PM
Career Major Length: 840 hours
Tuition & Fees
In-State Tuition: $0.00
Out-of-State Tuition: $5,460.00
Book Costs: $322.00
Supplies Costs: $122.00
Exam Fees: $0.00