Entrepreneurship

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Many small businesses are started by entrepreneurs who create a business to meet a need in the marketplace. Ivy Tech Community College's Entrepreneurship program prepares individuals to create new ventures, write and implement a business plan, and grow a small business. Students will study topics that will help them start a small business and take it to the next level.

Certificates

Certificate (18 credit hours = 2 semesters)

The Certificate in Entrepreneurship is designed for students with knowledge of other disciplines from higher education participation and/or through industry/life experience, to participate in educational studies focused on entrepreneurship. Short-term certificates are sequences of technical and professional courses that are industry focused and designed for workforce preparation. They provide access to targeted, short-term training in a discipline, and completers may sit for specific certification exams. Courses in certificate programs also apply toward technical certificates and associate degree programs in the subject area.

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Technical Certificates

Technical Certificate (31 credit hours = 3 semesters)

The Technical Certificate in Entrepreneurship will prepare graduates to apply a comprehensive set of principles toward establishing, owning and operating an independent business. Technical Certificate programs provide education in conceptual and technical skills for specific occupations. The program content is designed to develop competency in the comprehension of general and technical skills. Certificate programs require mastery of basic reading, writing, mathematical and quantitative skills.

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Certificate (18 credit hours = 2 semesters)

The Certificate in Entrepreneurship is designed for students with knowledge of other disciplines from higher education participation and/or through industry/life experience, to participate in educational studies focused on entrepreneurship. Short-term certificates are sequences of technical and professional courses that are industry focused and designed for workforce preparation. They provide access to targeted, short-term training in a discipline, and completers may sit for specific certification exams. Courses in certificate programs also apply toward technical certificates and associate degree programs in the subject area.

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Technical Certificate (31 credit hours = 3 semesters)

The Technical Certificate in Entrepreneurship will prepare graduates to apply a comprehensive set of principles toward establishing, owning and operating an independent business. Technical Certificate programs provide education in conceptual and technical skills for specific occupations. The program content is designed to develop competency in the comprehension of general and technical skills. Certificate programs require mastery of basic reading, writing, mathematical and quantitative skills.

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NOTE: The number of credits required for a degree or certificate is based on students who are program-ready and does not include College Prep courses. Availability of degrees and certificates varies by campus.

The Entrepreneurship program is offered at the following Ivy Tech campuses:

Bloomington

Contact

Jim Silberstein

Assistant Professor, Program Chair

Entrepreneurship |  School of Business

The Gayle and Bill Cook Center for Entrepreneurship
Ivy Tech Community College

200 Daniels Way

Bloomington, IN  47408-9772

jsilberstein@ivytech.edu

Office: 812-330-6255

Cell: 812-219-7446

Central Indiana (Indianapolis)

More information coming soon.

Columbus

More information coming soon.

East Central (Anderson, Marion, Muncie, New Castle)

More information coming soon.

Kokomo (Kokomo, Logansport)

Contact

Jim Fitzgerald
Business Administration Program Chair
jfitzger@ivytech.edu
800-459-0561, ext. 396

Lafayette (Lafayette)

More information coming soon.

North Central (Elkhart, South Bend, Warsaw)

More information coming soon.

Northeast (Fort Wayne)

Contact:

Anthony Ramey (Tony)
aramey2@ivytech.edu
260-481-2294

Northwest (East Chicago, Gary, Michigan City, Valparaiso)

More information coming soon.

Richmond (Richmond)

More information coming soon.

Southeast Indiana (Lawrenceburg, Madison)

More information coming soon.

Southern Indiana (Sellersburg)

More information coming soon.

Southwest (Evansville)

Program Chair contact information:

Jeanie Diemer, SPHR

Associate Professor, Business Administration

Phone: 812.429.9827

Email: jdiemer@ivytech.edu

Wabash Valley (Terre Haute)

Contact:

Sarah Shepler, Program Chair
812-298-2412
sshepler1@IvyTech.edu