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Thomas Family Center for Entrepreneurship
PO Box 1510
Pembroke, NC 28372

Phone: 910.775.4209
Fax:
910.522.5780
Email:
thomasfamilycenter @uncp.edu

Location: 901 Dogwood Lane
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courses for entrepreneurship certificate program

For course descriptions, from the UNCP Catalog, click on the name of the department.

Requirements for an Entrepreneurship Certificate

Required ENTR Courses: ENTR 2000, 2100, 4000

Other Required Courses: Two 3000- or higher-level courses in the student's major field, with departmental approval

Accounting and Information Technology

  • ACC 3310 Cost Accounting
  • ACC 4180 Income Tax II
  • BLAW 3160: International Law
  • BLAW 3180: Commercial Law
  • ITM 3200 E-Commerce
  • ITM 4400: Project Management

American Indian Studies

  • AIS 3240: Indians of Latin America (HST 3850)
  • AIS 3260: Indians of the Southeast (HST 3260)
  • AIS 3400: American Indians in Film
  • AIS 3440: The Native American Novel
  • AIS 3880: Native American Populations (SWK/SOC 3880)
  • AIS 3950: Archaeology in North Carolina
  • AIS 4050/5050: Contemporary Issues
  • AIS 4020: Federal Policy and the American Indian
  • AIS 4250: American Indian Women (HST 4250)
  • AIS 4270: North American Indian Art (ART 4270)
  • AIS 4500: Seminar in Native American Literature (ENG 4500)
  • AIS 4600: American Indian Health
  • AIS 4110/5110: Native American Oral Traditions (REL 4110/5110)
  • AIS 5500: Native American Literature (ENG 5050)

Art

  • ART 3800: Media Integration (BRD 3800, MUS 3800)
  • ART 4031: Professional Art Practices
  • ART 4150: Advanced Sculpture III
  • ART 4350: Advanced Painting III
  • ART 4410: Advanced Ceramics III
  • ART 4630: Advanced Digital Arts III
  • ART 4700: Advanced Drawing III
  • ART 4820: Advanced Printmaking III

Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies

  • MGT 3060: Organization and Management
  • MKT 3120: Principles of Marketing
  • SOC 3210: Social Inequalities

Biology and Environmental Science

  • BIO 3150: Microbiology
  • BIO 4610: Animal Physiology
  • ENV 3100: Freshwater Ecosystems and Watershed Mgmt
  • ENV 3200: Soils and Hydrology

Biomedical Emphasis

  • BIO 2110: Human Anatomy & Physiology I
  • BIO 2120: Human Anatomy & Physiology II
  • BTEC 3220: Biotechnology I
  • BTEC 3510: Bioprocessing

Chemistry and Physics

  • CHM 4100: Physical Chemistry I
  • CHM 4270: Instrumental Analysis
  • PHY 3000: Classical Mechanics
  • PHY 3200: Electricity and Magnetism

Economics, Finance and Decision Sciences

  • ECN 3010: Managerial Economics
  • ECN 3040: Money, Financial Markets and Institutions
  • ECN 4400: International Trade
  • FIN 3040: Money, Financial Markets and Institutions
  • FIN 4100: Financial Management
  • FIN 4210: International Finance

Education

  • SED 3050: Introduction to Gifted Education
  • SED 3500: Teaching Students with Academic Gifts
  • SED 4060: Differentiating Instruction for the Gifted
  • SED 4830: Methods and Models of Gifted Education
  • ECE 3600: Parent and Child Advocacy/Networking
  • ECE 4200: Administration of Early Childhood Programs

English and Theatre

  • ENG 3580: Professional Writing
  • ENG 3700: Advanced Composition
  • ENG 4090-4129: Special Topics in Composition and Rhetoric

Foreign Languages

  • SPN 3110: Spanish Composition and Review of Grammar
  • SPN 3120: Spanish Composition and Review of Grammar

History

  • HST 3140: The Gilded Age and Progressivism
  • HST 3150: War, Prosperity and Depression, 1912-1945
  • HST 3160: Recent America, 1945-Present
  • HST 3410: U.S. Economic History
  • HST 3730: Comparative Asian Civilization

Management, Marketing, and International Business

  • MGT 3030: Business Communications
  • MGT 3090: Organizational Leadership
  • MGT 3150: International Management
  • MGT 4080: Human Resource Management
  • MGT 4100: Small Business Management
  • MGT 4110: Small Business Institute Problems
  • MGT 4410: Operations Management
  • MKT 3120: Principles of Marketing
  • MKT 3130: International Marketing
  • MKT 3200: Consumer Behavior
  • MKT 4050: Retail Marketing
  • MKT 4200: Personal Selling and Sales Management

Mass Communications

  • BRD 3150: Broadcast Programming and Management
  • BRD 4160: Broadcast Advertising and Sales
  • PRE 3500: Organizational Communications
  • PRE 4150: Advertising Media

Math and Computer Science

  • MAT 3280: Probability and Statistics I
  • MAT 3150: Linear Algebra I
  • MAT 3170: Linear Algebra II
  • MAT 3310: Calculus III
  • CSC 3350: Network Mgmt
  • CSC 3380: Programming for the World Wide Web
  • CSC 3650: Introduction to Computer Architechure
  • CSC 3800: Database Mgmt Systems

Music

  • MUS 3240: Musical Experiences for Young Children
  • MUS 3500: The Music Industry
  • MUS 3530: The Recording Industry
  • MUS 3580: Audio Production
  • MUS 3670: Studio Techniques
  • MUS 3800: Media Integration (ART 3800, BRD 3800)
  • MUS 4550: Special Projects in Music Industry
  • MUS 4580: Media Integration Production (ART 4580, BRD 4580)
  • MUS 4800: Projects in Media Integration (ART 4800, BRD 4800)

Nursing

  • NUR 4000: Nursing Research and Theory
  • NUR 4120: Leadership in Nursing

Philosopy and Religion

  • PHI 4430 Business Ethics
  • REL 3190: Modern Religious Thought
  • REL 3210: The History of Biblical Worship
  • REL 3280: Violence and Harmony in Religion

Political Science

  • PSPA 3010: Political Parties and Interest Groups
  • PSPA 3020: Administration of Municipal Government
  • PSPA 3040: Legislative Process in the US
  • PSPA 3050: Public Opinion and Elections
  • PSPA 3060: The American Presidency
  • PSPA 3100: Constitutional Law
  • PSPA 3220: International Political Economy
  • PSPA 3800: International Organizations
  • PSPA 4400: Comparative Public Administration

Psychology

  • PSY 3160: Psychology of Leadership
  • PSY 3750: Personality Theories

Health, Physical Education, and Recreation

  • HLTH 3000
  • HLTH 3060
  • HLTH 3070
  • HLTH 3300
  • HLTH 3650
  • HLTH 3770
  • HLTH 4100
  • HLTH 4700
  • PED 4150: Organization and Administration of Physical Education and Athletics
  • REC 3320: Recreation Programming (HLTH 3320)
  • REC 4000: Introduction to Therapeutic Recreation
  • REC 4160: Outdoor Recreation Service
  • REC 4250: Leisure and Wellness for Older Adults
  • REC 4400: Tourism and Commercial Recreation

Sociology and Criminal Justice

  • CRJ 3100: Private Security
  • CRJ 3150: Criminal Investigation
  • SOC 3790: Substance Abuse Prevention
  • SOC 4180: Voluntary Associations and Non-Profit Organizations

Updated: Friday, December 6, 2013

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