Entrepreneurship

The entrepreneurship program provides students broad, intellectual, practical skills that demonstrate the ability to apply knowledge and concepts related to: identifying business opportunities, evaluating ideas, assessing the markets, and exploring risks and rewards. Additionally, students will develop a business model canvas and pitch their business idea.

Through a series of courses that include hands-on and experiential learning, students develop knowledge and skills that serve as a springboard to start, run, and grow their own business.

Contact Us 

Laneshia Judon, J.D.
(951) 222-8820
laneshia.judon@rcc.edu
BE 220B

Entrepreneurship
AS
Major Units
24
Typical Time to Completion
1.5 years
Program Requirements
Entrepreneurship Certificate
CE
Major Units
15
Typical Time to Completion
1 semester
Program Requirements

You may be a visionary. You may be a missing part of a team. Business, education, government and non-profits are looking for individuals to fill in the gaps both strategically and hands on. Your career possibilities are extremely diverse. Take a class, earn a certificate (where applicable) or work toward your Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) to a California State University or University of California. If you are interested to learn more, you can explore other instructional pathways in Business, Information Systems, and Technology.