• Entrepreneurship


    This semester's course will satisfy the NJ graduation requirement for “Financial, Economic, Business and Entrepreneurial Literacy.” 

    This is a semester course whose main focus is completing a business plan, either as their primary income or extra income, including individual contributor businesses such as freelancers, contractors, consultants, and others in the gig economy. The curriculum is centered on three key aspects of entrepreneurship. First, students will focus on  the individual, their traits, skills, and attributes that make entrepreneurs successful. Second, students will focus on marketing research, analysis of business opportunities, types of ownership, marketing plan, and a proposed business plan. Third, students will create a valid business plan with the potential to meet profit goals. These elements, developed in the course, will assist any current or potential entrepreneur to develop and grow a business now or in the future.