Business skills and financial literacy are increasingly important — especially to creative entrepreneurs.
So Columbus College of Art & Design decided to take the college’s business and entrepreneurship experience beyond CCAD’s business minor — and beyond its walls.
CCAD recently partnered with Kadenze, a company that specializes in offering college-level content to the public, to offer an online course on finance for creative entrepreneurs. The course will feature Elaine Grogan Luttrull, Department Head of CCAD’s Business & Entrepreneurship program.
- 12 sessions/12 hours of work per session
- The first four sessions are free and cover goal setting, strategic planning for creative careers, and budgeting.
- Sessions start on Aug. 8, but you can sign up anytime. Read more or sign up for Kadenze at CCAD.
- Price: $900
- Credit eligible
- Students earn a verified Specialist Certificate
- Create financial systems based on financial literacy that connects budgeting and reporting to creative and professional goals.
- Evaluate financial information to determine primary funding sources, major expense categories, tax reporting obligations, and overall connection to creative and professional goals.
- Describe U.S. income and sales tax obligations for creative professionals.