Structure and Activities of the Business & Entrepreneurial Services

The BES began as a vision for college leadership in 2005 and as a result of MNSCU initiative to fund a Rural Enterprise Center.

The BES encompasses three main components:

  • Business and Entrepreneurial Services Center
  • Academic Instruction and Credentialing
  • Entrepreneurship Custom Training

The BES Center includes five areas of focus:

  • Business Resource Library
  • Business Counseling
  • Business Incubation
  • Speakers Series
  • Community Outreach
  • Credited Curriculum

The Academic Instruction includes three areas of focus:

  • Business Entrepreneurship AAS Degree (which includes articulation agreements with high schools and universities)
  • Short-Term Certificates
  • Non-Credit Instruction

The Entrepreneurship Custom Training includes three areas of focus:

  • Non-credit Workshops and Seminars
  • On and Off-site Instruction
  • Community Outreach

Last modified: July 21st, 2009 at 09:08am