The Craft Industries program is designed to provide those entering this highly charged business environment with the basic skills to make it happen. Each student will build their business from the bottom up by understanding the standards and innovative solutions to the practical components of establishing any operational business model. The program is unique; it incorporates the traditional entrepreneurship theory mixed with down-to-earth tools and applications, while keeping in sight its ultimate goal of providing a means for the student to launch their craft business.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this certificate, students will be able to:
- Demonstrated understanding of the Craft Industry’s environment and its relationship to the many facets of entrepreneurship.
- Demonstrated competency in management practices, in particular business’s role in achieving sustainability, and ethical and civic responsibility.
Small businesses that include:
- Breweries and Brewpubs
- Coffee Shops and Roasters
- Artisan Foods
- Cultivation and Production
- Handmade Textiles
- Manufacturing and Production
- Material Suppliers for Artisans
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|Google Applications for Business|
|Using Microsoft Outlook|