The Associate of Arts in Entrepreneurial Studies degree program offers students a foundation in business and creative thinking in business related ventures. It is designed not only to help students to learn about business finance and strategy, but also to prepare students to have the entrepreneurial spirit to start new ministry projects.

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Associate of Arts in Entrepreneurial Studies

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The Program

Required Courses 

General Studies – 18 Credits

Communications – 6 Credits

  • COM 101: Academic Research & Writing

  • COM 102: Introduction to Communications
     

Humanities/Fine Arts – 6 Credits

  • One course in Humanities and Fine Arts

Natural Science/Mathematics – 3 Credits

  • MTH 131: Foundations of Mathematics
     

Social/Behavioral Sciences – 3 Credits

  • One course in Social/Behavioral Sciences

Bible/Theology Requirements – 12 Credits

  • BT 221: Principles of Biblical Interpretation

  • BT 311: Old Testament Theology and History

  • BT 321: New Testament Theology and History

  • HST 201: Systematic Theology
     

Entrepreneurial Studies Courses – 30 Credits

  • PTE 101: Christian Vocation

  • PHL 101-2: Logic I, II

  • PHL 210-11: Intro to Western Philosophy I, II

  • PTE 402: Entrepreneurial and Business Ethics

  • ESB 301: Entrepreneurial Research

  • ESB 302: Entrepreneurial Development

  • ESB 303: Entrepreneurial Finance

  • ESB 304: Operations Management
     

Total: 60 Credits

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