University, Twin Cities’ community based program, “Start-up Challenge,” gives
aspiring entrepreneurs the opportunity to utilize the resources, knowledge and experience
available within business programs at Argosy University. The seven week,
non-credit program, which has been held twice in the past year, facilitated
business plan writing in a classroom style setting, then paired participants
with mentors from the business community for feedback and consultation.
learned about business leadership and presented their final business plans to
faculty, mentors and other Challenge participants. Topics covered
included marketing, social media, human resources, accounting, finance and
strategy. Sara Aschalew, who is working toward a Master of Business
Administration in Business Administration at the school, entered her start-up
business plan into a competition for new firms and was chosen as a
See ge.argosy.edu/programoffering/866 for program duration, tuition, fees and other costs, median debt,
salary data, alumni success, and other important info.