Yesterday, we were offering franchisees free advice. Sometimes prospective entrepreneurs need a more bit more than advice to get their business dreams off of the ground, though. For that reason, we’ve compiled a list of some of America’s top online entrepreneurial courses.
For those people working full-time and raising families, yet all the awhile dreaming of controlling their financial future and owning their a franchise, doing an online entrepreneur course offers a sensible path towards a clear goal. Take an individual course or do an BA or an MBA if you like. Some of the best online opportunities are available online.
Washington State University: Online entrepreneurship major (info here) “You know you have a million-dollar business concept. But do you have the knowledge and skills to make it a reality? WSU’s online major in entrepreneurship provides the foundation you need to be successful.”
Must University: Entrepreneurship major (info here)
This internationally accredited online university features an entire major based on entrepreneurship. Have your degree in three months if you have the time.
Northeastern University’s MBA in Innovation Entrepreneurship (info here)
Partnering with the Online Education Database, Northeastern has one of the most unique online offers. If you already have a business degree and are really looking to further your education, this course is for you. The OED also have a number of partnerships with other colleges if you are interested.
Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper Business School (info here)
Carnegie Mellon is known as one of America’s top science universities, but its Tepper Business School is world-renowned for excellence in launching the best business ideas of tomorrow. Take courses like Entrepreneurship and Business Planning from the comfort of your home
MIT’s Sloan School of Management (info here)
MIT is a global leader in innovation, which makes some of the online offerings from the Sloane School of Management so exciting. Learn from some of the best in their intriguing Open Source education plan.
University of North Carolina: Entrepreneurship (info here)
This online course from the University of North Carolina is one of 165 business courses that UNC offer.
Atlantic International University: Entrepreneurship (info here) “The idea of starting a business is appealing to many people. This course will introduce the many aspects required to create a successful new venture."
SBA Online Training (info here)
It’s not only America’s college and universities that are offering online entrepreneurship courses. The Small Business Administration has a solid training course as well.