The Small Business Management microcredential, developed with local community partnership, supports entrepreneurs and small business owners with skills needed to successfully manage a small business, including skills in basic accounting; communication; business correspondence and presentations; management, leadership, and ethics; as well as business law. The microcredential consists of four courses within the AAS in Business and Entrepreneurial Studies degree program:
ACC 101 Principles of Accounting
BUS 104 Business Communication
BUS 115 Entrepreneurship
BUS 180 Legal Environment of Business
This microcredential, earned after student demonstration of proficiency in small business management skills, recognizes the achievement of competencies that have validity with employers and support the success of small businesses. This microcredential is not registered with the State Education Department, but serves as institutionally recognized portable evidence of student mastery of these competencies and skills.