Postsecondary Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management Classes
Hi-Tech Charities Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management is a one year program which assists students in gaining the knowledge they need to start or run their own business or to improve on their knowledge in an existing company. The program is broken up into four quarters with three classes per quarter, which are held on Monday to Wednesday either in the morning from 8 AM to 11 AM or 12 PM or in the evening from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM or 9:30 PM. In addition to these classes, which include Business English, Financial Accounting, Psychology, Entrepreneurial Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Business Plan, Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management, Integrated Science, Business Math, E-Commerce and Principles of Economics, students must complete an Extership to earn full credit for the program. Below is a copy of our school catalog.
Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management Program
Admission Requirements: Candidates must:
· possess High School Diploma or GED
· be actively seeking for employment
Application and Admission Process
· Candidates will complete an application form and submit it with $50
application fee in money order or certified check. (Cash, or Personal
Checks are NOT allowed, please)
· Candidates will attach copies of High School Diploma or GED,
picture ID, and other documents that may be required
· In the absence of a copy of GED or high school diploma the
candidate must sign an attestation that s/he successfully graduated
from a High School or obtained a GED at a specified date.
The program consists of 12 courses spread in threes, over 4 Quarters of 10 weeks each. There is also a Business Plan Academic Project which runs simultaneously with the courses and must be completed by the 12th month in the program.
The program is meant for small business managers and/or business owners who are seeking to apply proven business strategies that would enable them to run their businesses in an efficient manner.
Length of period of enrollment: 10 - 40 Weeks
The program offers two versions of training, namely: Full Course & Short Course
Depending on a student’s need/s, s/he can choose to do:
Students who do all 12 courses will spend 40 weeks (4 Quarters).
Those who do one course or a course cluster may spend 10 weeks (One Quarter)
Classes are held Monday through Wednesday. Students can choose from either of the two (2) sessions:
Tuition is $5,750 for the total program ($125 per Credit Hour).
In addition, students in the Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management program should budget about $1400.00 to purchase the course books and/or $145.00 for supplies.
The following fees apply:
· Application Fee - $50 (To be submitted along with application form. This
fee is non-refundable after the Enrollment Cancellation Period,(see
Withdrawal/Cancellation policy and Refund Schedule in page 13).
· Student activities Fee - $25(to be given to students governing council for
their general administration and funding of students programs like
newsletters, seminars, etc.)
· Non-incidental services- $50(Printing/Copying; Job Development, Search &
An application fee of $50 will reserve your seat. This fee is non-refundable after the Enrollment Cancellation Period, (see Withdrawal/Cancellation policy and Refund Schedule in page 13 of the above school catalog).
Payments will be required at the time of enrollment. However, payment plans for monthly installments will be available. Students would meet the accounts staff for necessary paperwork.
(Tuition and fees may be subject to change without notice. HTC reserves the rights to make program and/or tuition information changes at any time. For the latest on this program, please call the office at 314-389-5737 or see www.htchar.org.)
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