The program, which is designed to provide adult learners with the knowledge and skills to operate a successful small business, requires 15 hours of course credit for completion. Four of the five courses are available online; the cost is $267 per credit hour. In addition to an introduction to entrepreneurship, subjects to be covered include principles of management, principles of marketing, organization and operation of a small business, and financial management. “Individuals who take advantage of this certificate program will be able to acquire a theoretical and practical knowledge about entrepreneurship that aligns directly to their own existing or planned business," said Mark Quinn, an assistant professor of business and the endowed chair of entrepreneurship at Xavier. “In addition, they will be positioned to raise capital for an existing or start-up venture, and they will meet professionals who can make the business happen.” Scheduling is flexible. Students who begin the program during Xavier’s Summer Session I, which starts May 23, could complete all of the certificate requirements by December. Another session will begin in the 2018 spring semester. A high school diploma is generally required to participate, although exceptions may be granted to those with extensive real-world experience. For more information or to apply, visit www.xula.edu/ccsde or call (504) 720-7669. Two members of the faculty of the LSU Health New Orleans School of Nursing earned top honors at the Louisiana Nurses Foundation’s 2017 Nightingale Gala and Awards Ceremony. Todd Tartavoulle, the program director for the Traditional BSN Program and Gerontology CNS Program, was named nurse administrator of the year.
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