Management (Associate in Applied Science)
The Business Administration Applied Science degree program includes the Management option to provides the student with a broad base of knowledge to assume a position from which upward mobility is the goal.
The Management option prepares students to assume responsibilities of positions in the supervision of employees performing operational tasks and responsibilities of reporting progress to upper administrative levels.
Managers need many different types of expertise. Variety of courses in the management option provides students with the wide base from which to work in a variety of industrial and business environment.
To qualify for a management training program within a particular industry, the student with a general business degree will be able to understand the different facets of business. The industry or company provides the procedural and operational training which is added to the base to obtain a specifically trained individual with a broad base of business knowledge which allows that individual to view the business's activities from a variety of perspectives.
Become a management trainee in retailing, the hospitality industry, wholesaling or manufacturing using the skills developed in the completion of a Business Administration Associate in Applied Science degree including a General Business Administration option. Then complement this degree with industry training or another technologically specific degree to become a uniquely qualified applicant.
The suggested course sequence is based on twelve hours per semester. The general education courses are not listed in the suggestion course sequence. Students are advised to enroll in a combination of Business Administration specialty courses and general education courses.
A typical program of students includes: