Small Business Management
credits taken over three courses
semester long for most students
of new jobs annually are in the small business sector, according to the US SBA
What You'll Study in the Small Business Management Microcredential
In just three courses taken over one semester at DCC, you’ll gain the foundational skills and knowledge you’ll need to create, launch, and manage a small business.
For an even more robust foundation, stack this microcredential into an associate degree in Business Management or Business Administration.
Courses You'll Take
BUS 107: Principles of Marketing
Learn to develop a marketing concept, familiarize yourself with the legal and cultural environment of business, and delve into topics like product development, segmentation, buyer behavior and more.
BUS 208: Small Business Management
Learn how to start a small business, buy a small business, and everything in between. This course covers franchising, sources of capital, location analysis, employee relations, advertising and more.
BUS 102: Foundations of Business
An introduction to economic systems, forms of business ownership, legal aspects of business, management, marketing, financing and accounting, social responsibility, and career assessment.