SAC Management Certificate.pdf
The associate degree curriculum in management is designed to prepare students for various management positions in business, government, and public organizations; to aid existing managers in upgrading their skills; and to assist employees for promotion to management/supervision positions. The core of the degree program provides the student with managerial skills and theory including communicating, decision-making, organizing, motivating, and human relations.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the core management functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling; demonstrate a thorough understanding of behavioral theories as they apply to organizations and be able to apply that theory to real-world situations; and demonstrate an ability to apply planning methods to business and organizational situations.
Fundamentals of Business
|BUS 120 or MGMT 120||Principles of Management||3|
BUS 121 or MGMT 121
Human Relations and Organizational Behavior
Select TWO courses from the following:
Legal Environment of Business
Culture and International Business - Kiss, Bow or Shake Hands
Introduction to International Business
Introduction to Information Systems and Applications
Human Resource Management
Principles of Marketing
|Total Units for Certificate:||21-22|
|General Ed Requirements for Degree:||39|