Management and Supervision

The Management and Supervision track within the Business Department is ideal for students who plan to manage a small business or work in a small business environment. The curriculum provides students with the basic understanding of existing business practics. Students will be able to understand and apply the principles of business ethics, social responsibilities of a business, basic functions of management, and the qualifications required in business management and/or ownership.

Degrees and Certificates

Personnel Management Associate in Science

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. The student will design and complete professional management documents to support communication within the business environment.
  2. The student will assess business data in the evaluation of business management.
  3. The student will analyze various strategies for effective business management.
  4. The student will demonstrate an understanding of the role of technology within the management of business environment.
Course NumberCourse TitleUnits
Required Courses for Major
GNBUS 10Introduction to Global Business3
GNBUS 18ABusiness Law3
GNBUS 56Business Mathematics3
MGMT 5Introduction to Supervision3
MGMT 10Principles of Management3
MGMT 35Management Psychology3
Course Block Units (18 required)
18
Plus three additional units from the following:
BCA 15Business Computer Applications - Beginning3
GNBUS 52Business English3
PSYCH 1AGeneral Psychology3
SPECH 1
or SPECH 6
Public Speaking
Group Communication
3
Total units for degree major
21
Small Business Management Associate in Science
Course NumberCourse TitleUnits
Required Courses for Major
ACCT 3Computerized Accounting3
BCA 15Business Computer Applications - Beginning3
GNBUS 10Introduction to Global Business3
GNBUS 18ABusiness Law3
GNBUS 52Business English3
GNBUS 56Business Mathematics3
Additional Recommended Courses
BCA 33AIntroduction to Microsoft Excel1
BCA 34Advanced Microsoft Excel1
MGMT 5Introduction to Supervision3
MGMT 10Principles of Management3
MGMT 35Management Psychology3
Total units for certificate
18
Small Business Management/Entrepreneurship Certificate of Training
Course NumberCourse TitleUnits
Required Courses
ACCT 10AGeneral Accounting4
BCA 33AIntroduction to Excel1
SPECH 15Business and Professional Communication3
GNBUS 18ABusiness Law3
MGMT 14Entrepreneurship3
Plus at least three additional units from the following:
ACCT 3Computerized Accounting3
ACCT 6Individual Income Tax4
ACCT 9Business Payroll Procedures3
GNBUS 25Career Planning and Development3
GNBUS 56Business Mathematics3
ECON 1AElementary Economics - Macro3
MKT 13Principles of Marketing3
Total units for certificate
17

Courses

MGMT 5 – Introduction To Supervision
Introduction to the role of the supervisor and understanding of the basic fundamentals of supervision. A practical course designed for the potential working supervisor. (L)

MGMT 10 – Principles of Management
Managerial and organizational theory and practice; planning, organizing, influencing and controlling. Focusing on the role, functions, and responsibilities of management in a contemporary organization.

MGMT 14 – Entrepreneurship
Principles of establishing and managing a small business, including the preparation of a business plan; emphasis on goal-setting, types of business organizations, obtaining licenses and permits, financing options, accounting aspects, legal requirements, managing the enterprise, and other aspects in business entrepreneurship. Not open to students who have taken AG 14. (L,M)

MGMT 15 – Human Resource Management
Foundations for the contemporary theory and practices relating to the management of people; managing human resources within an organization; basic personnel processes.

MGMT 35 – Management Psychology
Assists students in understanding and applying theories of management and psychology to human behavior in the workplace. Increases awareness of individual and group behaviors, conflict, resolution, and organizational dynamics. (L)

MKT 13 – Principles of Marketing
This course is a general overview of marketing principles. The course covers the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of ideas, goods and services to create exchanges that satisfy individuals and organizational goals. Elements of the marketing environment such as, government regulation, environmental protection, competition, and consumer behavior will be analyzed. (L,M)

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