Credit Certificate Program
This ten-course, 30-credit certificate program is designed for individuals interested in owning their own business. Students completing the program will possess the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in a self owned business. Sanctioned by the United States Small Business Administration, this certificate combines a liberal arts component which emphasizes a communications competence and provides the technical knowledge and perspective needed to start, manage or grow a business. A student will be able to pursue a career or apply courses to an Associate in Science degree.
You’re creative, innovative and resourceful. You have solid communication skills, and a high level of motivation to be successful. You also enjoy business, accounting and computer work. Now you can take your skills and interests to the next level – an exciting career as your own boss, running your own business.
The Entrepreneurship Certificate program at Middlesex Community College will prepare you to run your own business more efficiently, grow your business and gain an edge in increasing its success in today’s competitive business climate.
This program is designed for individuals interested in owning their own business. This certificate is sanctioned by the United States Small Business Administration. The program combines liberal arts and technical foundations and skills needed to start, manage or grow a business. When you finish this program, you may choose to pursue a career or apply courses to an associate degree program at Middlesex Community College.
Note About Financial Aid
Federal regulations stipulate that a student may only receive financial aid for courses that count towards their degree/certificate. To comply with this regulation, MxCC must track the courses that a student is registered for that count towards their degree/certificate program. Courses identified as not meeting program requirements will not be included in the calculation of financial aid eligibility. Pre requisites will be covered. This procedure is now in effect. Eligibility ceases once a student attempts 90 credits for a typical 60 credit program.
Becoming Connecticut State Community College
STUDENTS: The Community Colleges are undergoing a merger with a plan to become Connecticut State Community College in fall 2023; please work closely with your advisor/program coordinator to select your courses accordingly. Click here for more details about this merger.