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2016-17 Catalog 
2016-17 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Management - Business, AAS

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Program Code: AASMN

This program is designed to present students with the broad theoretical and practical experiences necessary for the demanding expectations of managerial careers. Having a balanced blend of core management courses, related business courses, applicable liberal arts courses and a number of elective credits, this program meets the needs of individuals seeking entry-level management positions and of currently employed managers seeking to enhance their effectiveness.

NOTE: Students wishing to transfer should not follow the sequence listed below. Please contact the Business and Information Technologies division secretary at (810) 989-5575 or Advising at (810) 989-5520 for detailed transfer information specific to each college/university.

Program Outcomes/Objectives:

When students complete this program, they will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate abilities in the primary management functions of planning, organizing, leading and     controlling. 
  2. Explain the supervisor’s role as a first-line manager.
  3. Employ a variety of motivational techniques.
  4. Demonstrate ability to conduct an employee appraisal process. 
  5. Identify the dynamics and strategic nature of human resource management.
  6. Demonstrate ability to complete hiring process.
  7. Analyze real world business problems and be able to formulate, present and defend a solution
  8. Demonstrate a basic understanding of the principles of business, economics, and accounting.
  9. Demonstrate ability to complete business math applications.
  10. Demonstrate ability to effectively communicate.
  11. Demonstrate the effective use of office applications, including:  spreadsheets, word processing and presentation software.

Suggested Course Sequence

Total Credit Hours/Total Contact Hours = 62/62

* BUS 158  preferred or MTH 110  or MTH 112  or higher.

** or PSY 180 .

*** or ENG 102 . If student takes OA 225 , 4 elective credits are needed; if ENG 102 , 5 elective credits are required.

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