Online Entrepreneurship Vocational Schools with Program Info

California State University - Dominguez Hills, the University of Massachusetts - Amherst and the University of Colorado - Denver are three schools that offer online entrepreneurship programs aimed at students who are looking to start their own business. Free and low-cost training online programs in entrepreneurship are available from other schools and organizations.

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Vocational Schools with Online Entrepreneurship Education Programs

Many accredited schools offer courses for those who want to start their own businesses. There are also some free online courses in business ownership. Entrepreneurship training online is frequently offered by community education branches and extension branches of state universities and private non-profit universities. Those institutions offer distance learning entrepreneurship classes more frequently than do traditional vocational schools.

California State University - Dominguez Hills

Requiring neither business experience nor a college degree, the certificate program in Entrepreneurship: Start-Up and Business Owner Management may help anyone starting or operating a small business. Study topics include business planning, finding financing, legal issues for businesses and buying or selling a business. The course's 12 modules should take about 360 hours over six months. Many advantages common to vocational schools are found here: reasonable tuition, online access, few prerequisites and non-competitive admission.

University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Through the online sustainable entrepreneurship program offered through its University Without Walls program, UMass Amherst helps adults complete a bachelor's degree online. The bachelor's degree can be in sustainable entrepreneurship with a concentration in small business development, sustainable food systems, sustainable agriculture, holistic health or green building. This is a blended program; students must complete some coursework on campus in Amherst, MA.

University of Colorado - Denver

The Bard Center for Entrepreneurship at UC Denver offers six online courses in aspects of entrepreneurial ventures as part of its graduate-level online entrepreneurship program. Aimed at people with a business baccalaureate degree, the classes look at creating new business concepts, designing and managing a start-up, legal issues, leadership, financial management and corporate entrepreneurial innovations. Undergraduate transcripts are required for enrollment in a course.

Free Online Resources for Entrepreneurship offers free or low-cost training and education links. Virginia Commonwealth University's Start-Up USA offers many free resources for the entrepreneur, aimed particularly at people with disabilities. If you have a disability, the government-funded Job Accommodation Network can offer personalized consulting; other resources are available to everyone. The U.S. Small Business Administration, at, offers several free training courses online for business owners.

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