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Online Colleges for Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurs always want to start any project off on the right foot, and that includes pursuit of a degree. To make the process easier, we've compiled a list of the best online colleges for entrepreneurship. We looked at schools that offered an associate or bachelor's degree in entrepreneurship or a related field online, drawing information from the National Center for Education Statistics' Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) to make our ranking. To learn more about our methodology, see the bottom of this page. We now present the ten best options for online entrepreneurship degrees for those who are serious about starting their new venture off in the proper spirit.

Best Online Colleges for Entrepreneurship

1

North Hennepin Community College

Tuition/Year Tuition per year refers to the average in-state tuition for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
$3,962
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
32
Accredited
School Type
2-year

Serving students in Minnesota for over 50 years, North Hennepin Community College has a long history of satisfied graduates. It adds to that tradition with two options for those interested in entrepreneurship.

The entrepreneurship AAS can be earned entirely online, with all credits designed to transfer to a variety of colleges in Minnesota for pursuit of a bachelor's degree. The program boosts intellectual and practical skills that suit the broader business world, providing a strong foundation for students who intend to pursue careers in everything from administration to marketing. Meanwhile, the entrepreneurship certificate focuses on what students need to know to manage or own a strong, growing business.

Those who choose to attend this online college will be glad to know that North Hennepin Community College awarded the third highest percentage of degrees in entrepreneurship in 2015 out of all 33 colleges reviewed for this list, and scored in the top third for affordability of tuition to boot. North Hennepin also offers an open admissions policy, meaning that any and all applicants are accepted as long as they have a high school diploma or a GED certificate.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission (institution)
  • Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (program)

Location:

7411 85th Avenue North,
Brooklyn Park, MN 55445
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Mojave Community College

Tuition/Year Tuition per year refers to the average in-state tuition for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
$2,430
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
23
Accredited
School Type
2-year

The Associate of Applied Science in business and entrepreneurship from Mojave Community College prepares students to meet the challenges of today's fast-paced business world. With courses that focus on accounting, economics, human resources, business law, marketing and small business management, students who complete the program are likely to walk away from the experience with enhanced communication skills, a strong code of ethics and a strong understanding of fundamental business principles.

With open admissions and an impressive fourth-place ranking for tuition affordability -- the best tuition score of all the colleges on this list -- Mojave Community College is a great high-value venture for those who want to earn the associate degree and perhaps move on to an online bachelor's degree program. Interest in this college's entrepreneurship program is clear: in 2015, Mojave awarded the fifth highest percentage of entrepreneurship degrees out of all 33 colleges we looked at.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission (institution)

Location:

1971 Jagerson Avenue,
Kingman, AZ 86409-1238
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3

National American University - Albuquerque (East)

Tuition/Year Tuition per year refers to the average in-state tuition for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
$12,600
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
32
Accredited
School Type
4-year

Students seeking out a bachelor's degree in entrepreneurship might be well-served by the National American University's Bachelor of Science in business administration with an emphasis on entrepreneurship. Students are expected to graduate with a firm grasp of business plan development; product development innovation; small business and strategic entrepreneurship; and even how to handle international opportunities.

Those who prefer to pursue an associate degree can find several that focus on various points of entrepreneurship, including Small Business Management, Business Logistics and Business Administration.

The university boasts a dedicated business/entrepreneurship department, which might explain why it achieved our No.2 ranking for entrepreneurship degrees as a percentage of all degrees awarded in 2015. Just about any prospective student has the opportunity to give it a shot, as National American University has an open admissions policy.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission (institution)
  • nternational Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (program)

Location:

4775 Indian School Road NE Suite 200,
Albuquerque, NM 87110-3976
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4

Southeast Technical Institute

Tuition/Year Tuition per year refers to the average in-state tuition for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
$2,616
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
11
Accredited
School Type
2-year

The AAS degree in entrepreneurship at Southeast Technical Institute is designed to prepare students for jumping into the small business world, utilizing courses in marketing, management, communication, business law, computer science and more. Students are encouraged to consider a double major, which will allow them to apply their new entrepreneurship skills to a business path that will suit them well upon graduation.

The open admissions policy of Southeast Technical Institute means any student with a high school diploma or GED certificate can try their hand at earning a degree here. Evidence suggests that most take it quite seriously, considering the No.4 ranking this school earned for graduation rate. Students can also look forward to favorable tuition; the school ranked No.5 for affordable tuition rates.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission (institution)

Location:

2320 N Career Ave,
Sioux Falls, SD 57107-1301
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5

University of Maine at Machias

Tuition/Year Tuition per year refers to the average in-state tuition for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
$6,660
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
8
Accredited
School Type
4-year

The Bachelor of Science in Business and Entrepreneurial Studies at University of Maine at Machias focuses on helping students to build a strong base in marketing, business, accounting, statistics and economics. Students can then choose from one of six concentrations: accounting, business sustainability, marketing, management, sport and fitness management, or a self-designed option.

Entrepreneurial studies is a big deal at UMM, where a whopping 15% of all degrees awarded are in entrepreneurship or a closely related field -- by far the highest of all universities we reviewed. The school also has the No.9 ranking for graduation rate and an open admissions policy to recommend it to prospective students.

Accreditation:

  • New England Association of Schools and Colleges (institution)

Location:

116 O'Brien Ave,
Machias, ME 04654-1397
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6

College of Southern Idaho

Tuition/Year Tuition per year refers to the average in-state tuition for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
$3,880
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
19
Accredited
School Type
2-year

Business-minded students at the College of Southern Idaho can look forward to the Associate of Applied Science in business management and entrepreneurship. Those who pursue the degree can expect to learn about the modern business environment, business law, general management skills and basic concepts of the business world. Though the program is designed to help students jump into the workforce upon graduation, those who are interested in a bachelor's degree might be able to transfer their credits.

CSI ranks No.9 out of 33 schools on our list for affordability, and ranks No.9 again in another of our metrics: percentage of entrepreneurship degrees awarded in 2015. Coupled with an open admissions policy, it's safe to say that any student who wants to try their hand at the small-business dream should consider doing so at the College of Southern Idaho.

Accreditation:

  • Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (institution)

Location:

315 Falls Ave,
Twin Falls, ID 83301
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7

Genesee Community College

Tuition/Year Tuition per year refers to the average in-state tuition for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
$3,900
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
13
Accredited
School Type
2-year

Those with an eye toward work in the retail market can find the skills they need at Gennesee Community College, part of the State University of New York System (SUNY). Students in the entrepreneurship AAS program have access to a broad base of knowledge, including courses in accounting, operations management, merchandise management, information technology, e-commerce and much more.

Students seeking a fully online experience should note that Genesee Community College requires students to attend some courses in person; the entrepreneurship program is about 75% online. Those who choose to pursue the entrepreneurship certificate, however, can earn their certificate entirely online.

With an open admissions policy and a graduation rate in the top half of all schools surveyed, GCC is a great option for dedicated, business-minded students. The school also ranked in the top 10 out of all 33 schools we surveyed for tuition costs, which means that its in-depth education in retail entrepreneurship can be quite affordable.

Accreditation:

  • Middle States Commission on Higher Education (institution)

Location:

One College Road,
Batavia, NY 14020
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8

Minnesota State Community and Technical College

Tuition/Year Tuition per year refers to the average in-state tuition for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
$4,824
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
35
Accredited
School Type
2-year

Students at Minnesota State Community and Technical College have access to five programs that focus on entrepreneurship -- one of the highest number of programs offered by a school on this list. The AAS in business entrepreneurship focuses on skills that will help graduates assess opportunities, obtain financial backing, prepare business plans and market business ventures. Meanwhile, those who want to dip their toes into the field but aren't ready to pursue the associate degree can opt for the business entrepreneurship diploma or one of three different certificates focused on various areas of the entrepreneurship world:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurship Essentials
  • Entrepreneurial Fundamentals

An open admissions policy means all high school graduates are welcome, and the fantastic graduation rate -- ranked 5th on our list -- indicates that most students at M State take their education quite seriously. Tuition ranks comfortably in the middle of the list; the ability to complete all courses online helps drop the cost of M State's education even further.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission (institution)

Location:

1414 College Way,
Fergus Falls, MN 56537-1000
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9

Great Basin College

Tuition/Year Tuition per year refers to the average in-state tuition for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
$2,640
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
46
Accredited
School Type
4-year

Students who enroll in the AAS in entrepreneurship program at Great Basin College can look forward to understanding the legal issues, financial difficulties and organizational issues of running a small business. They should also learn how to find mentoring and sources of funding, engage in in-depth networking, and learn to develop marketing and business plans. Students who want to continue their education beyond the associate degree can use their credits to leap into the Bachelor of Applied Science in management in technology.

With open admissions, a thriving business department and an impressive number of degree options, Great Basin College shines in our rankings. But the real beauty of this college opportunity is the affordable tuition: GBC ranks sixth on our list for tuition, making it one of the more attainable options out there.

Accreditation:

  • Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (institution)

Location:

1500 College Parkway,
Elko, NV 89801
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10

Lamar University

Tuition/Year Tuition per year refers to the average in-state tuition for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
$5,520
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
22
Accredited
School Type
4-year

When seeking out online bachelor's degree programs in entrepreneurship, students can look to Lamar University's Bachelor of Business Administration in entrepreneurship. This online degree program is built to provide a strong foundation for future business owners and managers, encompassing courses in accounting, finance, management and analysis. Communication skills and development strategies hold a particular emphasis.

Various start dates throughout the year make it easier for busy students to fit Lamar's education into their schedule. It's unfortunate to note that admission to Lamar University is highly competitive, with just over 79 percent of applicants accepted. However, the graduation rate for the school ranked seventh out of 33 schools, which makes it one of the top producing schools for entrepreneurs.

Accreditation:

  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (institution)
  • Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (program)

Location:

4400 MLK Blvd,
Beaumont, TX 77705
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Interview with an Expert
Students don't simply take classes. They acquire the tools and experiences
needed to be successful in an increasingly entrepreneurial world.

Bruce Barringer, Ph.D.

Department Head, School of Entrepreneurship

Oklahoma State University

Interview with an Expert
Bruce Barringer, Ph.D.

Bruce Barringer, Ph.D.

Department Head, School of Entrepreneurship

Oklahoma State University

Q: What qualities make Oklahoma State University's online program in entrepreneurship outstanding?

A: Our classes are taught by a mix of traditional academics and clinical professors who have business startup experience. That combination provides our students the ideal mix of theory and real-world entrepreneurial experience. Our classes are rigorous yet practical. We also integrate "experiential learning" experiences into all of our classes. As a result, students don't simply take classes. They acquire the tools and experiences needed to be successful in an increasingly entrepreneurial world.

The [current] student body ranges in age from 22 to 62 in this program, and that makes for a very interesting dynamic between younger and older students. At any given time, I have students in 40 out of 50 states and probably half a dozen foreign countries. That brings a range of perspectives and life and professional experience into the classroom like no other project management program of which I am aware.

Q: What support does Oklahoma State University offer their online student body?

A: We offer the same level of support to our online students as our students taking classes on our campus. That involves one-on-one mentoring from our professors, access to our "Student Startup Central," which is the location where students work on business ideas, and access to all of our events, including Pitch & Poster Competitions and Startup Weekends. In some cases, our online students travel to our Stillwater campus to participate in activities.

Q: How does the online program at Oklahoma State University differ from the on-campus program?

A: The classes and professors are the same. The online students don't have the advantage of being present on campus, but our professors are accessible to them and they are able to work in groups and participate in experiential activities through our online platform. Our students consistently give us high marks for the experience they have in our online program.

Online Entrepreneurship Degrees

There are key differences in the kinds of online degrees in entrepreneurship programs available. Each degree offers students a set of skills and business education that is tailored toward a specific outcome.

Online Associate Degree in Entrepreneurship

The Associate of Applied Science in Entrepreneurship is often targeted at students who are, or are looking to become, small business owners. In fact, many degree programs are specifically titled Small Business Entrepreneurship. The courses are intended to introduce basic business principals through courses such as basic accounting and principles of marketing. Entrepreneurship students can expect to learn hands-on skills, such as how to use Microsoft Office or QuickBooks, along with concepts like how to craft a marketing plan or launch a successful sales pitch. A typical associate degree program takes two years to complete.

Online Bachelor's Degree in Entrepreneurship

An online Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship is rooted in fundamental principles of business education. Students can expect to take core business courses such as accounting, business law, statistics, organizational behavior, marketing and business communication. They also learn skills specific to entrepreneurship including how to write a business plan, supply chain management and B2B marketing. A bachelor's degree in entrepreneurship is appropriate for someone looking to launch a small, mid-sized or even large-scale venture and also for business students who intend to put their entrepreneurial skills to work for in an established corporation. A bachelor's degree is usually completed in four years.

Online Master's Degree in Entrepreneurship

The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship (MSE) is a business master's degree that specifically focuses in on entrepreneurial education. Students take courses in traditional business fundamentals such as finance and economics, but even those core courses are delivered with an eye to building entrepreneurial skills and thinking. Courses such as venture finance and private equity teach students not only how to manage capital, but how to find it and maximize it while launching a new business. Courses with titles like innovation or entrepreneurial creativity aim to hone idea generation and development. Some programs are targeted toward technology or engineering, while others may explore global or social entrepreneurship. Programs are designed to produce graduates who will be ready to launch their own ventures. Master's degree programs generally take between two and three years to complete.

Online MBA in Entrepreneurship

The best way to think about the MBA in Entrepreneurship is as a business management degree with an entrepreneurial flavor. The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship is going to go further in-depth in topics specific to entrepreneurship, while the MBA is really geared toward preparing graduates for management-level positions within existing corporations or organizations. In those positions, MBA graduates might take on entrepreneurial roles for their organizations. Typical MBA coursework includes corporate finance, microeconomics, organizational leadership, risk management and ethics. The entrepreneurial concentration will be tacked on to the core business curriculum and may include classes in venture capital, small business management, innovation and entrepreneurial marketing. MBA programs tend to take two to three years to complete.

Online Colleges for a Bachelor's in Entrepreneurship

In addition to its top ten, OnlineColleges researched other schools offering bachelor's degrees in entrepreneurship. Here are four online bachelor's degree programs to consider.

  • Northwood University
    In addition to its online Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship, Northwood University offers an Entrepreneur-in-Residence program and a mentor program. The curriculum progresses from courses in business principles, such as finance and marketing, to more advanced courses that address building a business plan and understanding the fundamentals of American enterprise.

  • Davenport University 
    Davenport offers two avenues to earn an online bachelor's degree in entrepreneurship. Although both are Bachelor of Business Administration degrees, one is in general business and one is in management. Within each of those programs, students can opt for an entrepreneurship concentration. They will take classes in business planning for entrepreneurs, creativity and innovation, marketing of services, pricing concepts and methods, and digital marketing.

  • Grand Canyon University 
    This school offers an entirely online Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies through its Colangelo College of Business. Coursework is designed to prepare graduates for careers in corporate business or consulting, as well as launching their own business or managing a start-up. In addition to general education courses, entrepreneurship students take a core of courses that include business and entrepreneurship fundamentals.

  • Lynn University 
    Lynn University has a Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship program with both three-year and four-year degree tracks, although the time needed to complete a program can vary by student. As part of its program, Lynn students have the opportunity to participate in an internship as well as work on a real-world project for an established company. Lynn also offers an online MBA in Entrepreneurial Management.

Starting and Running Your Own Small Business

You've got your great business idea. But, what's next?

Starting a successful business requires a good deal of planning -- even more so if you will be borrowing money to launch your big idea. A degree in entrepreneurship can give you the kind of hands-on skills and background knowledge that can make the difference for your small business.

5 Steps to Starting Your Small Business

  1. Make Your Plan. Once you've honed your big business idea, it's hard not to want to dive right in. However, there's a reason to take it slowly. Building a solid business plan is the cornerstone of a successful business adventure. A business plan is like a road map for where you want to take your company. A solid plan will take into account all sorts of variables, from finances to inventory storage. That is why entrepreneurship programs spend a lot of time helping students craft and refine their business plans.
  2. Get Structured. Are you going to be a single proprietor? Is it a partnership? An LLC? Will you pay yourself a salary? Will you have a board of directors? Figuring out how your company will be organized and function is important because of the tax implications. It's also a crucial part of making things run smoothly. It's crucial for you and your employees or partners to understand each person's role and responsibilities -- not just to establish a chain of command, but to keep things on track and keep the lines of communication open.
  3. Set Up Your Systems. Whether you plan to use QuickBooks or hire a blue chip accounting firm, getting your systems in place is another important front-end task. You'll want to think through systems like payroll, inventory and accounting. This may also spur you to make decisions about staffing. Will it be more efficient to hire someone to handle things in-house or farm it out? If you will be financing your business with a loan, it is imperative that you set up a solid system for repaying that debt.
  4. Go Legit. There is a lot of paperwork involved in starting up a business. You'll need to register your business with the federal and state government. You’ll also need to apply for any necessary permits and licenses, and set up articles of incorporation or secure a tax identification number. If you are applying for a loan, make sure all of your documents are in order.
  5. Build Your Brand. You don't have to wait until your doors are open to start building buzz about your new business. A smart and savvy marketing strategy will begin to build the excitement or pique the interest that can help you establish your customer base. Some businesses greatly benefit from a strong web and social media presence, as well as old fashioned word of mouth. Entrepreneurship programs can introduce you to strategies such as guerilla marketing.

5 Tips to Keep Your Business Running Smoothly

Launching your business is one thing. Maintaining it requires a whole separate skill set.

  1. Stick To Your Plan. Remember that business plan? Well, don't just stick it in a drawer. This is your road map to success, so use it. Make it a point to periodically go back over it. See how well your reality is living up to your expectations. Are you meeting your benchmarks? Your business plan is a yardstick to measure your progress and keep you on track. Treat it like a living document and make adjustments as needed.
  2. Manage Your Employees. Good employees can make or break your business, so make cultivating top-notch employees a top priority. Managing employees well includes offering incentives that promote the kind of behavior you want: good customer service, hard work and honesty. It's important for you to hold your employees to a high standard. Warren Buffett is often quoted as saying, "Lose money for the firm and I will be understanding. Lose a shred of reputation for the firm, and I will be ruthless." 
  3. Build On Your Brand. Maybe you had a lot of great buzz in the beginning, but now it's more like a gentle hum. On the other hand, perhaps you have a new product to offer. Building on your initial success is key to staying in business. Creating both long term and short term marketing plans will help keep your customers coming in the door.
  4. Stay On Top Of Your Finances. When it comes to money, you need to know what you have coming in and what you have going out. Take care of your core costs first: salaries, taxes and loan repayment. Then, you can look at investing anything left over in your business. Major investments like new equipment or marketing ventures can have positive pay offs. However, it is important to calculate your projected ROI before you plunk down your hard earned money or take out a loan.
  5. Stay Focused. While it's fun to experiment and exciting to explore new opportunities, make sure you stay focused on what has made your business successful in the first place. If you find yourself losing interest in your adventure, it's time to either recommit yourself or begin making plans to transition out of a leadership role.
Methodologies and Sources

Methodology

To be included in these rankings, all colleges had to meet the following criteria for the specific subject being ranked:

  1. Offer at least one degree or certificate in that subject online
  2. Have awarded at least one degree or certificate in that subject in 2014-15

Once we had our list of schools for each subject, we ranked them on six criteria, using the weights specified:

  1. In-state tuition, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014: 20%
  2. Graduation rate, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014: 10%
  3. Accessibility, based on the admissions rate, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014: 10%
  4. Program prominence, based on how many of the degrees and certificates awarded by the school in 2014-15 were in this particular subject, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014: 30%
  5.  Related subjects, based on the number of similar programs that the school offers at any level, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014: 15%
  6. Variety of degree levels, based on the number of degree and certificate levels out of a possible nine that the school offers in this particular subject, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014: 15%

Methodology Sources

  • Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2014-15, National Center for Education Statistics, Accessed January 2016, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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  8. Bachelor of Science, College of Business and Management, Lynn University, http://www.lynn.edu/academics/colleges/business-and-management/programs/bs-entrepreneurship
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Methodologies and Sources