Occupational Entrepreneurship (AAS)

Students who have earned a certificate of completion in any of the designated professional/technical programs can apply that certificate towards this associate in applied science degree.

Credits are earned from the requirements for a certificate of completion in any of the following professional/technical programs. These programs include the required general education courses (English, mathematics, human relations).

  • Advanced Diesel Technology
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business Technology
  • Carpentry Technology
  • Commercial Food Preparation and Service
  • Commercial Transportation and Maintenance
  • Diesel Technology Fundamentals
  • Forestry Technician
  • Medical Office Administrative Support
  • Related Welding Technology
  • Small Business/Entrepreneurship
  • Welding Technology

Courses (90 Credits Minimum)

Core Courses (23 Credits)

Course Course Title Credits
ACCT 113 Introduction to Accounting I 5.0
BA 174 Small Business Management 5.0
BA 240 Principles of Marketing 5.0
BA 258 Principles of Management 5.0
CIS 102 Introduction to Microsoft Office 3.0

Other Core Courses (37-67 Credits)

Students must meet the requirements for a certificate of completion (not including the required general education courses) in any of the following programs: Accounting/Bookkeeping (31 credits), Advanced Diesel Technology (32 credits), Automotive Technology (48 credits), Business Technology (35 credits), Carpentry Technology (48 credits), Commercial Food Preparation and Service (36 credits), Commercial Transportation and Maintenance (CDL) (53 credits), Diesel Technology Fundamentals (48 credits), Forestry Technician (42 credits), Related Welding Technology (24 credits), Small Business/Entrepreneurship (33 credits), or Welding Technology (54 credits).

Course
Please consult with your advisor on courses available in this area.

General Courses (18-20 Credits)

Course Course Title Credits
ENGL&101 English Composition I or 5.0
ENGL 150 Vocational/Technical and Business Writing 5.0
MATH 100 Vocational Technical Mathematics (or higher) 5.0
PSYC&100 General Psychology or 5.0
PSYCH106 Human Relations or 5.0
SOC& 101 Introduction to Sociology 5.0
SPCH 101 Fundamentals of Speech 5.0

Suggested Elective Courses (10 Credits)

After completing any of the designated certificate programs, students will then complete some basic business classes and suggested electives to earn this degree.

Course Course Title Credits
BUS& 101 Introduction to Business 5.0
BA 104 Mathematics for Business 5.0
BA 140 Business English 3.0
BA 150 Fundamentals of Finance 5.0
BUS& 201 Business Law 5.0
ENGL 150 Vocational/Technical and Business Writing 5.0

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This page is intended to summarize the requirements for degrees and certificates at Grays Harbor College. For complete requirements, please see the Academic Catalog.