Management AAS

The Management AAS degree program is designed to provide students with the foundation needed in order to develop competencies in managerial decision making. Students are presented with a broad-based knowledge of the functional areas of management. Course work focuses on theory and application in order to foster the essential skills that are needed to succeed in today’s global business environment. Students will develop a keen understanding of business practices as well as learn how to become a more effective decision maker, manager, and leader. Completing this degree program prepares graduates for the workforce in a wide range of careers in both the private and public sectors. The program curriculum includes the College’s 13 Core Goals along with specialized concentrations in a variety of business disciplines.

Career Pathway

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, graduates will be able to:

  • apply managerial theory and practices to the key functional areas within an organization in today’s global business environment.
  • examine the social, legal, and ethical principles that guide appropriate and responsible managerial decision making.
  • apply critical-thinking and analytical acumen in order to determine appropriate actions.
  • exhibit professional and proficient communication skills: verbal, written, and interpersonal.

Curriculum

First Semester

ENG 101 English Composition I 3
CIS 110 or 
OFM 101
Information Systems for Management with Computer Applications
or Business Software Essentials
3
ACC 105 or
ACC 115
Survey of Accounting or Financial Accounting 3-4
XXX XXX Concentration Requirement 3
XXX XXX Concentration Requirement 3
Total   15-16

Second Semester

ENG 117 or
ENG 102
Writing for Business and Industry
or English Composition II
3
SPC 120 Public Speaking 3
XXX XXX Concentration Requirement 3
XXX XXX Concentration Requirement 3
XXX XXX Concentration Requirement 3
Total   15

Third Semester

ECO 110 or 121 Elements of Economics or Macroeconomics 3-4
Elective Core Goal 6: Intellectual Heritage and
Core Goal 7: Aesthetic Sensibility and the Arts
2-3
Elective Core Goal 2: Analytic Skills and
Core Goal 3: Quantitative Skills
3
XXX XXX Concentration Requirement 3
XXX XXX Concentration Requirement 3
Total   15

Fourth Semester

Elective Core Goal 8: Physical and Life Sciences 3-4
Elective Core Goal 10: Exercise and Health Sciences
2-3
XXX XXX Concentration Requirement 3
XXX XXX Concentration Requirement 3
XXX XXX Concentration Requirement 3
Total   15-16

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS CREDIT: 60-61

Concentration Requirements

Comparison

Semester Management Marketing Office Management Real Estate
1 MGT 110 MGT 110 OFM 110 RES 151
1 MGT 131 MKT 111 OFM 250 or OFM 175 RES 171
2 ACC 150 or ACC 151 ACC 150 or ACC 151 MGT 111 RES 221
2 MGT 111 MKT 121 OFM 161 MGT 110
2 Elective 1: MGT MKT 131 MGT 214 RES 131 or RES 241
3 ETP 110 or ETP 113 ETP 110 or ETP 113 MGT/CIS 231 RES 152
3 MGT 221 MKT 211 OFM 243 or OFM 170 RES 211
4 Elective: ACC, ECO or MKT Elective: ACC, ECO or MGT Elective: MGT 110, 131, 160, ETP 110, ACC 150 or OFM 245 MGT 111
4 Elective 2: MGT Elective: MKT 198 1 or SPC 125 OFM 198 RES 132 or RES 242
4 MGT 210 MGT 210 Core Goal 13 ETP 110

1MKT 198 Internship is strongly recommended.

Revised on 6/13/2016

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