About this Major

The future belongs to inventors and entrepreneurs – individuals prepared to embrace the challenges of jobs and problems not yet known, offering better ideas, products, services, and solutions. These challenges are global, spanning all areas and markets, and success favors those who are prepared, making it the perfect time to major in Entrepreneurship.

Entrepreneurship holds both large opportunities for wealth creation, as well as the change to develop critical skills that can serve anyone throughout their career.


At A Glance

Open To

High school juniors (2-year program)



Total Hours Required



Up to two (2) school years


Daytime classes, part-time only: Monday — Friday

  • 8:10 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.
  • 12:30 p.m. to 3:35 p.m.
  • Students enroll in either AM or PM session


A total of eight courses are taught in the Entrepreneurship program.

  • Fundamentals of Technology 120 hours
  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship - Presenting and Pitching 120 hours
  • Entrepreneurship Awareness: Design Thinking and Problem Solving 120 hours
  • Entrepreneurship: Business Development 120 hours
  • Math of Finance (Growth and Traction) 120 hours
  • Entrepreneurship: Business Management (Human Resources and Project Management) 120 hours
  • Advanced Entrepreneurship 120 hours
  • Capstone 120 hours

Tuition & Costs

Costs for High School Students

Licensure / Certifications

Tuition & Fees

  • N/A

Textbooks, Supplies, and Certifications (Estimated)

  • TBD

Total Estimated Costs for High School Students


Employment & Outcomes

Salary Range

$8 - $25

per hour

Pass Rate


Pass Rate

Employment Opportunities

Graduates of this program are qualified to work for:

New Venture Developer, E-Commerce Entrepreneur, Business Owner, Franchise Manager, Business Consultant, Positions in Research and/or Development, Entrepreneurship, Project Management

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