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View Management Certificate: 145
View Supervisory Letter of Recognition: 805A


Credits earned in the management certificate and supervisory letter or recognition may be applied toward an A.A. in general studies. Students interested in a baccalaureate degree in business should enroll instead in the A.A. in business.

 

Management Certificate: 145

Revised: Effective Semester - Spring 2012

The management certificate curriculum provides students with the opportunity to learn the concepts and principles of  management and gain knowledge in the foundations of business law while taking additional courses to meet specific needs or interests within the management field.

Program Requirements
MG 101 Principles of Management 3
MG 201 Business Law 3
Electives (12 Credit hours)
BA 101 Introduction to Business 3
EN 109 Critical Reading, Writing, and Research in the Workplace 3
MG 102 Principles of Supervision 3
MG 103 Principles of Marketing 3
MG 110 Small Business Management 3
MG 120 Managing Diversity in the Workplace 3
MG 204 Human Resources Management 3
MG 205 Organizational Behavior 3
MG 207 Legal Issues in Labor Management 3
MG 210 Field Experience or Practicum 3
MG 288 Disaster Recovery and Risk Management 3

Total credit hours 18

Program Outcomes for the Management Certificate

Upon completion of this program a student will be able to:

  • Explain, identify, and relate the four functions of management to everyday business operations.
  • Explain the importance of human resource management and describe and apply the human resource core functions necessary for diverse organization.
  • Apply decision making processes to a variety of business situations and analyze managerial problems.
  • Identify the legal issues that impact business organizations and explain the importance of ethics and corporate social responsibility.

 



Supervisory Letter of Recognition: 805A

Revised:  Effective - Spring 2012

This sequence of courses is designed for those students who wish to develop skills for employment as a first-line supervisor. Students will gain an understanding of core skills and theory needed for supervisors and managers.  In addition, students will gain an understanding of foundations in business law with an emphasis on employment laws including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  A grade of C or better is required for each course.

MG 101 Principles of Management 3
MG 102 Principles of Supervision 3
MG 201 Business Law

OR

   
MG 207  Legal Issues in Labor Management
Total credit hours 9
Program Outcomes for the Supervisory Management Letter of Recognition

Upon completion of this program a student will be able to:

  • Interpret the procedures and requirements within the area of business law particularly as it pertains to employee/labor relations.
  • Discuss the attitude and image of the successful supervisor.
  • Explain and apply human relations skills and team building.
  • Suggest effective ways to meet goals and accomplish tasks.

 

  • This program is not approved for federal or state student financial aid.

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