Academic Catalog 2017-2018

objective sections of survey exams, and teaching at least one class in a survey course dur- ing the semester. The selected students participating in this internship will acquire some practical experience in higher education. CRJ 4333 Management of Justice Organizations (same as SOC 4333) This course will focus on management theory; organizational dynamics; leadership and administration research related to public and private justice organizations. The course will emphasize case studies of common administrative problems. Students will learn the basics of operational policies and implementation and evaluation procedures. Prerequisite: CRJ 2013 or 2203. CRJ 4501, 4502, 4503 Special Topics in Criminal Justice Special topics of interest in the field of criminal justice. Examples of recent offerings in- clude courses in international terrorism drug investigations and stress management. Pre- requisite: JR/SR Standing. MINOR A minor is an academic program that supplements a baccalaureate degree. Minors require a minimum of 18 credits from the course list below.

A. Minor Requirements

EBE 3163 Entrepreneurship EBE 4113 Small Business Management EBE 4213 Marketing Management EBE 3183 e-Business EBE 3153 Franchising for the Entrepreneur EBE 4203 Ethics for the Entrepreneur EBE 4303 Business Plan for the Entrepreneur EBE 4243 New Ventures for the Entrepreneur EBE 4253 Entrepreneurial Implementation

18 SH

Total Hours

18 SH

CERTIFICATE in ENTREPRENEURSHIP and Small Business Management

The Bluefield College Professional Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management fosters imagination and inspires an entrepreneurial spirit—one that enables both today’s business owners and tomorrow’s to discover innovative solutions. The Certificate Program is focused on entrepreneur minded adults interested in launching a new business and small business owners looking to improve business results. The certifi- cate is comprised of four required courses with one 3 credit hour elective or 15 credit hours, priced at $268 per credit hour, excluding books and fees. The program is a blend of online classes, and “field”-based projects. Student assignments often include work with local or regional business owners. Program participants develop an electronic learning portfolio to track their progress and measure results. The program offers the rigor of an undergraduate level class, without the expense of a full undergraduate degree program. The curriculum spans all stages of small business de-


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