Management - Marketing

Kick off an exciting career in marketing management with our Management-Marketing Associate of Applied Science degree. 

Program outcomes
  • 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.

We've created this program for both new students and those already employed in business. After graduation, you can transfer to a four-year institution to continue your education or pursue new employment opportunities. Management AAS classes are offered on campus as well as online.

Program Curriculum

General Education Requirements
COURSE ID TITLE CREDITS
ENG 101 English Composition I 3
ENG 102 or ENG 117 English Composition II or Writing for Business and Industry 3
CIS 110 or OFM 101 Computer Information Systems for Management or Business Software Essentials 3
Elective Oral Communication Elective 3
Elective Aesthetic Sensibility Elective 3
Elective Scientific Reasoning Elective 4
Elective Cultural Awareness and Diversity Elective 3
MAT 106, MAT 130, MAT 131 or ACC 110 Mathematics Applications, Probability and Statistics, Introduction to Statistics I or Business Mathematics 3 - 4
 
 
Major Requirements
COURSE ID TITLE CREDITS
ACC 150 or ACC 151 Legal Environment of Business or Business Law I 3
Elective ACC, ECO, ETP, MGT or MKT Course 3
Elective MKT-1981 Coop Internship Marketing I or CMS-125 Introduction to Public Relations 3
ETP 110 or ETP 113 Entrepreneurial Essentials or Entrepreneurial Business Plan 3
MGT 111 Principles of Management 3
MGT 210 Ethical Decision Making in Business 3
MKT 111 Principles of Marketing 3
MKT 121 Personal Sales Management 3
MKT 131 Advertising and Promotion 3
MKT 211 Electronic Marketing 3
 
Total Program Credits: 61-63

1MKT 198 Internship is strongly recommended.