Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is the Summer Entrepreneurship and Business Academy?
A. SEBA is a week-long experience for high school students (Freshman through Junior year) to take classes from university professors in entrepreneurship, business management, marketing, accounting, ethics, and free enterprise while developing teamwork and personal skills.
Q. When does SEBA take place?
A. The program is from June 15 through June 20, 2014
Q. Is this program a one-time experience?
A. The intention is to offer a business academy experience every summer beginning in 2012.
Q. Where does the academy take place?
A. Clayton State University’s Morrow campus, 2000 Clayton State Blvd, Morrow GA 30260
Q. Who teaches the classes?
A. The same qualified professors that teach regular undergraduate and graduate courses at the College of Business teach the courses for SEBA.
Q. What is the benefit for students?
A. Students accepted into the program receive many great benefits including:
Q. How many students are accepted into the academy?
A. There is a limit of 25 students per summer academy.
Q. How is the academy funded?
A. Generous local businesses have provided funding and other support to help fund the program; the student fee for the academy is $395 for the week including meals, housing and the academy.
Q. Who can apply?
A. Any high school students (Freshman through Junior year). International students may also apply.