Lincoln College

Undergraduate Catalog: Lincoln College

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship Card

As a component of the College’s AAS Capstone Program, the Bachelor of Applied Management in Entrepreneurship is designed to prepare students who have an earned Associate of Applied Science for managing or starting a small business within their technical field.

The curriculum is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills to start, manage, maintain, and improve the growth of a small business in their technical field.   As such, courses in the curriculum have been included to improve the students’ critical, analytical, and communicative skills needed to evaluate the data necessary to make informed decisions in a business environment.

Specifically, students will complete upper-level general education courses and concentrated business courses selected to hone analytical and quantitative skills, business communication, strategic decision-making for small business start-up, and adaptability to changing business environments.