Associate of Applied Science
in Business Management - Entrepreneurship
Are you ready to pursue the dream of starting your own business? Whether you already have a business idea – or you simply know you want to go into business for yourself – a solid educational foundation can help mitigate the risks of the startup process. NWACC’s Associate of Applied Science in Business Management - Entrepreneurship program is a good fit for students pursuing a new venture startup, growing an existing small business, or even opening a franchise.
This program equips future and current business owners with the practical resources and hands-on skills needed to launch and run a small business immediately after completing our program. The coursework provides a solid foundation of core business skills including marketing, accounting, and management, along with specific entrepreneurship classes where students have the opportunity to develop, test, and refine a solid plan for their own business.
Through this program, you can even customize the program to fit your specific needs. Self-directed electives allow students the freedom to include other courses relevant to their specific business idea. For instance, a student planning to open a restaurant may elect to take a culinary class, or a student launching an art gallery may take electives in art history and photography.
The ability to learn from the comfort of your own home through our Distance Learning program is just another benefit to choosing NorthWest Arkansas Community College.
With over 100 available online classes and the opportunity to receive a number of degrees and certificates online, achieving your higher education goals have never been easier.
Formats and Locations
Courses required for the Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Management - Entrepreneurship are available 95% online, providing you the convenience of learning when and where you want..* Face-to-face course instruction is done inside the Shewmaker Global Business Development Center on the main NWACC campus in Bentonville.
NWACC actively participates in a statewide Entrepreneurship Consortium, offering a consistent curriculum with other 2-year colleges in the state. Students can easily complete online classes through other consortium schools to fulfill degree requirements, in the event that a particular class is not offered during a particular term at NWACC. Contact your academic advisor for additional details.
*delivery options will vary by semester