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Business Management / Entrepreneur (Certificate)

College of Southern Idaho
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Time to Degree
2 semesters

About the Program

Students who complete the Intermediate Technical Certificate for Business Management/Entrepreneur learn basic management skills for the retail industry, including the ability to demonstrate an understanding of appropriate vocabulary, economic conditions, and computer literacy. They will also be able to conduct market trend analysis, understand supply chain issues, and present data in written and oral formats.
CSI Contact: Robin Bagent [email protected] 208-732-6392

Program Requirements

  • Program Requirements complete the following 10 requirements
    31 credits
    BUSA215 - Information Science/Data Management
    3 credits
    BUSM145 - Marketing Basics
    3 credits
    SOCY105 - Human Relations
    3 credits
    BUSM261 - Business Management
    3 credits
    ACCB129 - Introduction to Bookkeeping
    3 credits
    ACCB129L - Introduction to Bookkeeping Lab
    1 credit
    BUSM166 - Retailing & Merchandising Managmnt
    3 credits
    BUSM181 - Human Resources Management
    3 credits
    ECON201 - Principles of Macroeconomics
    3 credits
    Take One Course
    COMM101 - Fundamentals of Oral Communication
    3 credits
    ENGL101 - Writing and Rhetoric I
    3 credits
  • Gen Ed Math take 3 credits, take at least 1 course
    3 credits
    MATH123 - Math in Modern Society
    3 credits
    MATH143 - College Algebra
    3 credits
    MATH153 - Statistical Reasoning
    3 credits
    MATH147 - College Algebra & Trigonometry
    5 credits
    MATH160 - Survey of Calculus
    4 credits
    MATH170 - Calculus 1
    5 credits
Grand Total Credits

* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.