Houston Community College offers a variety classes that can be taken individually and can also be applied towards one or more of the certificates or the degree below. Interested in some indiviual classes? Take a look at some featured classes below. To review a list of classes offered in each certificate, click on the gold links. Click on each course to get a course description and review class sessions (including days and times) offered in the coming semester at Houston Community College campuses throughout the Greater Houston area.
Featured College Credit Classes:
Entrepreneurship & Economic Development | BUSG | 1373 ==> Now Called BUSG 1307
Overview of entrepreneurship as an economic development strategy. Includes community support systems for entrepreneurs.
Small Business Management | BUSG | 2309
A course on how to start and operate a small business. Topics include facts about a small business, essential management skills, how to prepare a business plan, financial needs, marketing strategies, and legal issues.
Principles of Marketing | MRKG | 1311
Introduction to the marketing functions: identification of consumer and organizational needs; explanation of economic, psychological, sociological, and global issues; and description and analysis of the importance of marketing research.
Entrepreneurship AAS and Certificates
Featured Importing/Exporting Certificates
Note: When reviewing certificates and courses offered, please note that Entrepreneurship & Economic Development has been renamed BUSG 1307. For more information on Fall 2016 offerings use the gold links in this sentence to choose a class section that is convenient for you: BUSG 1307.
HCC also offers Continuing Education Classes Online for Small Business
Take Advantage of Classes Combined with Workshops, Seminars, Summits, Competitions, One-on-One Advising and more at the Center for Entrepreneurship – Connect with other entrepreneurs and a host of small business experts and resource partners through workshops, seminars and boot camps, one-hour advising appointments with a small business mentor, competitions to refine and polish your written plan and verbal presentation skills. The Center for Entrepreneurship is designed for aspiring and existing entrepreneurs as a focal point, providing practical learning, peer-to-peer and group training, one-on-one business advising and connections to entrepreneurial resources and resource partners in Houston who can help start and grow businesses.
HCC Grows Entrepreneurs!
HCC Newspring Business Plan Competition – 2016 Completer Teams pictured at right.
Center for Entrepreneurship – HCC Northwest: Call 713-718-6650 or email email@example.com to book a One-on-One Counseling Session with business advisor. Go to www.hccbizconnect.org for more information on Workshops/Seminars/Boot Camps/Summits, the HCC Newspring Business Plan Competition, and for more on all Center for Entrepreneurship offerings.