Business Management Certificate
Learn business organization and leadership
- Credit hours: 18
- Stackable to degree: Yes
- Potential job outcomes: Customer service representative, retail supervisor, office manager
Explore a career in business management with this 18-credit-hour certificate program. You’ll develop the skills and knowledge needed to seek entry-level to mid-management positions in sales, customer service, operations and office administration.
Classes focus on business organization, leadership, principles of management, finance, organizational behavior and more. Instructors are a mix of full-time faculty and working professionals who are experts in the business management field.
Credit earned for this certificate can be applied to the Business Administration AAS degree.
Certificate program requirements
This 18 credit-hour certificate program is designed for those students who wish to further explore the specific qualifications and requirements necessary for entry-level to mid-management positions.
The Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration includes a specialized study area for Management. Please refer to Business Administration in this section of the catalog if you are interested in pursuing a degree in this discipline.
|MGT 111||Introduction to Business Organization||3|
Description: Introduces the nature of business and the environment in which it operates. Forms of business ownership, introduction to operative and facilitating facets of business operation, management, marketing, accounting, statistics, business law, finance, investments, insurance and labor-management relations.
|MGT 150||Business Math or|
Description: Introduces arithmetic as a tool of business. Topics include fractions, decimals and percentages, computations of interest, bank discounts, depreciation, commissions, compound interest, payrolls and taxes and graph and chart design. Students must score satisfactorily on a mathematics placement test prior to registering for this course.
Prerequisite: Placement options. Math_Placement_Grid.pdf
Description: Investigates leadership styles and the influences of leadership styles within organizations from start-ups to global corporations. Explores the empirical science and evidence of leadership styles, motivation, communication, conflict resolution, negotiations, creativity and innovation. Examines leadership styles as they relate to culture, diversity and globalization. Evaluates the performance of successful leaders.
|MGT 270||Principles of Management||3|
Description: Presents the theory and major functions of management and describes the role of the manager. Major concepts in organization are developed along with an understanding of the decision-making process and consideration of the human factor in management.
Prerequisite: MGT 111.
Electives: Select at least six credit hours from the following courses:
|MGT 218||Introduction to Finance||3|
Description: Methods of financing business enterprises and their relationships to personal and company investment policies.
Prerequisite: ACC 101 and MGT 111.
|MGT 280||Organizational Behavior||3|
Description: Emphasizes a managerial and interpersonal relations process approach to problem solving, communication and group dynamics. Specific treatment is given to managing change, appraisal and reward, solving communication problems, status needs of the work force, understanding individuals, group dynamics and reducing conflict.
Prerequisite: MGT 111.
|MGT 291||Strategic Management||3|
Description: Provides a logical and strategic integration of management principles with representative supervisory problems found in business firms. Analyzes decision-making through the use of case studies, simulation, and directed reading. Creates strategic plans for solving management problems.
Prerequisite: MGT 111, MGT 270 and 3 credit hours in MGT or MKT course work, or consent of program coordinator.
1 - The mathematics elective must be MTH 103 or above. Students should meet with a Student Development Faculty Counselor or the program coordinator for an appropriate MTH course.