Programs

Entrepreneurship

This program is designed to prepare individuals to become entrepreneurs. Students will gain the knowledge of entrepreneurship through application of business concepts and ideas in the creation of a business plan.

Business Studies – Entrepreneurship

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Candidate MUST have a minimum of Five (5) subjects at CXC General Proficiency including English.

AWARDS OF DEGREES, DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES


The first is the award of a certificate showing each CAPE Unit completed.

The second is the CAPE Diploma, awarded to candidates who have satisfactorily completed at least six Units, including Caribbean Studies.

The third is the CAPE Associate Degree, awarded for the satisfactory completion of a prescribed cluster of ten CAPE Units including Caribbean Studies, Communication Studies and Integrated Mathematics.

To qualify for an Associate Degree, you require ten (10) units, including Communication Studies, Caribbean Studies, Integrated Mathematics, 4 core courses based on your specialization, 2 approved adjunct/supporting courses and 1 other elective course of your choice.

 

 

 


General Education Requirements

Communication Studies Caribbean Studies Integrated Maths
COMM1001 Module 1 - Gathering and Processing Information
COMM1002 Module 2 - Language and Community
COMM1003 Module 3 - Speaking and Writing
CCST1181 Module 1 - Caribbean Society and Culture
CCST1182 Module 2 - Issues in Caribbean Development
CCST1183 Module 3 - Investigating Issues in the Caribbean
CMTH1331 Module 1 - Foundations of Mathematics
CMTH1332 Module 2 - Statistics
CMTH1333 Module 3 - Calculus


Core Courses

Unit 1: Entrepreneurship Theory

CENT1221 Module 1 The Entrepreneurial Mindset
CENT1222 Module 2 The Entrepreneurial Process
CENT1223 Module 3 Creativity and Innovation

Unit 2: Entrepreneurship Practice

CENT2221 Module 1 Essentials of Business Ownership
CENT2222 Module 2 New Venture Planning and Creation
CENT2223 Module 3 Managing and Growing the Venture


Management of Business Unit 1: Management Principles and Processes

MGMT1121 Module 1 - Business and its Environment
MGMT1122 Module 2 - The Management of People
MGMT1123 Module 3 - Business Finance and Accounting

Management of Business Unit 2: Application in Management

MGMT2121 Module 1 - Production and Operations Management
MGMT2122 Module 2 - Fundamentals of Marketing
MGMT2123 Module 3 - Small Business Management

 

Adjunct/Supporting Courses

Candidates pursuing the CXC®-AD are required to select at least two CAPE® Units from the Approved Adjunct/Supporting Course Listing in order to fulfil the requirements of the degree.

  • One Unit must be selected from the Humanities and Fine Arts 
  • The second Unit must be selected from the Natural, Physical Sciences and Technology OR Social, and Behavioural Sciences.

 

At least 2 single Units can be chosen from any of the CAPE® options based on the following categories:

Humanities and Fine Arts

Social and Behavioural Sciences

Natural, Physical Sciences and Technology

Art and Design Unit 1 

Economics Unit 1 or 2

Applied Mathematics Unit 1  

French Unit 1 

Sociology Unit 1 or 2

Biology Unit 1  

History Unit 2

Geography Unit 1 or 2

Pure Mathematics Unit 1

Law Unit 1

 

Environmental Science Unit 1 or 2

Spanish Unit 1 

 

Information Technology Unit 1 or 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elective
Choose one units from any other CAPE® syllabus

 

 
CAPE Subjects CSEC
Accounting
Applied Mathematics
Art & Design
Biology
Chemistry
Caribbean Studies
Communication Studies
Computer Science
Digital Media
Economics
Environmental Science
Entrepreneurship
French
Geography
History
Information Technology
Integrated Mathematics
Law
Literatures in English
Management of Business
Physic
Pure Mathematics
Sociology
Spanish
Tourism
Principles of Accounts
Mathematics
Visual Arts or Clothing & Textiles, or Technical Drawing, or Information Technology, or Woodwork
Biology, Chemistry
Chemistry, Mathematics
None
None
Information Technology , Mathematics
None but Information Technology and Visual Arts are assets
None but Economics and Mathematics are assets
Geography, Integrated Science or Chemistry or Physics or Biology
None but English A is an asset
French but English B is an asset
Geography
History
Information Technology
Mathematics
History or English B
English A, English B
Principles of Accounts is an asset
Physics, Mathematics
Mathematics
History or Social Studies or Geography
Spanish but English B is an asset
None but English A is an asset

 

**Note Well

Even if the student has done the examination at CSEC and has failed, he/she will be eligible as he/she will have knowledge of the content.

When it is mentioned that a prerequisite is an asset, it does not mean that one cannot pursue the course of study. It means that further advisement must be sought with the lecturer of that subject to make an assesment to determine if the student does not have that particular prerequisite labelled as an asset.