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Many professionals dream of starting their own business. While entrepreneurship may appeal to a lot of people, it can take an immense amount of effort to start a business. Earning a diploma in entrepreneurship is the first step for many people who seek to own their own business one day, but they may be able to use their degree to pursue other careers as well. In this article, we discuss what an entrepreneurship degree is and provide examples of jobs that you can get with this degree.

An entrepreneurship diploma prepares you to start your own business. Earning an entrepreneurship diploma typically involves taking courses that educate you on topics like business management, marketing, finance, management and leadership. Starting a business can also require you to learn a variety of different subjects, such as the local and state laws that govern owning and operating of a business.


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5 O Level Subjects including English Language
Mature Entry – Running a successful business plus ability to write and speak English
Duration: 2 years
Exam Month: May and October

Level 1 Semester 1.1
DBA101: Business Economics 4
DBA102: Principles of Management 4
DBA103: Communication Skills 4
DAM101: Marketing Essentials 4
MIS101: ICT Application systems 4
Level 1 Semester 1.2
DAE101: Business Start Up 4
DBA104: Principles of Law 4 DAC101: Financial Accounting 4
DBA105: Business Communication 4
DAM102: Marketing Management 1 4
Level 2 Semester 2.1
DAE201: Entrepreneurship 4
DAE202: Small Business Management 4
DAE203: Entrepreneurial Business Finance 4
DAE204: Business Plan for Enterprise Start Up 4
DBA203: Risk Management
Level 2 Semester 2.2 :
Work Related Learning DAE205:
Work Related Learning Report 8 DAE206:
Academic Supervisor’s Report 8 DAE207:
Employer’s Assessment Report 4
Level 3 Semester 3.1
DAM301: Customer Service Management 4
DBA301: Human Resources Management 4
DBA303: Corporate Business Management 4
DBA302: Leadership 4
DAE301: Business Ethics 4