Commerce University has been awarded $521,000 from the Commerce Academy, an organization created by the commerce industry that aims to boost commerce education.
The academy has been working to attract a younger, more entrepreneurial generation of young students, who often are not in the workforce, according to the announcement.
The Commerce Academy has received $531,000 in grants from the National Institutes of Health, according a release from the college.
The announcement comes as Commerce is a leader in the technology industry.
In December, the school announced $2.5 million in new funding for technology and science programs, which is part of a $6 billion plan that will bring in $5 billion for technology-focused research and development.
Commerce University will also be partnering with technology companies to offer entrepreneurship classes.
The program is the largest such program at the school.
The commerce academy will also offer training on entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship education, and entrepreneurship-focused entrepreneurship programs.
Commerce will also focus on STEM, which includes math, science, technology, engineering and math.
The $5 million will be used for the program’s 2017-2018 academic year.
In 2017-18, the university earned a total of $1.4 billion, the college announced.