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Thursday, September 18, 2008
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Opening Doors Through Community College/University Articulations in Entrepreneurship
Learn the steps to go about starting an A.A.S. in Entrepreneurship program and the advantages of working with a university partner to attract more students to any Entrepreneurship program. Haywood Community College and Western Carolina University will describe their articulation agreement and its advantages to the students and to both institutions.
Haywood Community College was the first college in North Carolina to have been approved to offer an A.A.S. program in Entrepreneurship beginning in the fall of 2008. Attendees will gain insight on the process and resources involved in the starting of the A.A.S. in Entrepreneurship. Attendees will be able to understand the specifics of the Entrepreneurship degree program at HCC and gain insights on the importance of the establishing a partnership through an articulation agreement with Western Carolina University.
David Forester, Department Chair of Business & Entrepreneurship, Haywood Community College, NC
Frank Lockwood, Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, Western Carolina University, NC