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Management

 

The management curriculum is designed to provide the student with the skills necessary for success as a manager in today's demanding organizational climate. The program is of benefit to the man or woman who aspires to a mid-level or higher management position in any type of organization including business, government and service organizations. Since much of the curriculum is transferable to four-year institutions, the program not only provides readily usable management skills for the two-year student, but it also provides a base for those students who later wish to undertake more advanced study in business.

 

 

Career Opportunities

  • Claim Adjuster+

  • Employment Interviewer

  • Inventory Manager

  • Management Analyst*

  • Management Consultant*

  • Management Trainee

  • Operations Manager

  • Office Manager+

  • Production Controller+

  • Trust Officer, Bank*

*Bachelor’s Degree or higher required.
+Bachelor Degree normally recommended.

 

Associate Degree Major Requirements
(Major Code: 50046)

 

Subject and Number Title Units
Business 115 Human Relations in Business 3
Business 120 Financial Accounting 4
Business 125 Business Law: Legal Environment of Business 3
Business 128 Business Communication 3
Business 155 Personnel Management 3
Business 156 Principles of Management 3
Communication 122 Public Speaking 3
Business 258 The Cultural Dimension in International Business 3
  Total 22




Select FOUR (4) units from the following courses:

Subject and Number Title Units
Business 176 Computerized
Accounting Applications
2
Business Office Technology 172 Introduction to
Microcomputer Applications
2
Computer Science
Info. Systems 110
Principles of
Information Systems
4
Computer Science Info.
Systems 175 A-B-C-D
Computer Electronic Spreadsheet Packages 2
  Total 4


Select ONE (1) of the following courses:

Subject and  Number Title Units
Business 118 Retail Management 3
Business 121 Managerial Accounting 4
Business 142 Personal Selling & Persuasion 3
Business 144 Advertising 3
Business 146 Marketing 3
Business 159 A-B-C-D Management Internship 3
Economics 120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
  Total 3-4
  Total Required Plus General Education and Elective Requirements 29-30


Certificate of Achievement

Any student who wishes to complete only the requirements listed above qualifies for a Certificate of Achievement in International Business. An official request must be filed with the Admissions and Records Office prior to the deadline as stated in the Academic Calendar.