Associate Degree in Business Management

Program Highlights

  • 2 Year Program
  • Nationally Accredited
  • Instructor Assistance Provided
  • Your Own Success Coach

Overview

Associate Degree Programs Overview

With an Associate's degree in Business Management, you will be in a position to supervise others, decide the daily priorities of your office, delegate projects and coordinate teams to meet the goals of your organization. You will report to upper management and have room to advance your career into top management in a reasonable amount of time.

The Business Administration Associate's degree is a great opportunity for the individual looking to get a foot in the management door. One of the best things about this two 2-year program is the options it gives to a graduate. After this program a graduate is skilled in numerous management positions and can work in almost any industry. The graduate also has the foundation to go on to pursue a Bachelors or Master’s Degree in many different aspects of business.

Program Description

The Associate Degree in Business Management will prepare students for entry-level positions in business, industry and non-profit organizations. The program is designed for students who seek to acquire a complete framework in basic business concepts and skills in order to contribute and create solutions for contemporary business problems. Students will acquire the knowledge and skills to apply management, marketing and accounting concepts to improve operational performance and aid in decision making skills. The emphasis in this program is placed on marketable skills.

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    • Describe what management is (its functions) and explain the role of a manager
    • Describe what human resource management is (its functions) and challenges
    • Analyze motivation theories and the relation between motivation and performance
    • Define marketing and its role in relation to the organization’s business plan
    • Describe operations in management, designing performance measures and how they are used in decision making
    • Demonstrate a basic understanding of accounting principles including the interpretation of common financial statements
    • Identify an organization’s stakeholders, its ethical issues and define the concept of social responsibility
    • Describe technology trends and specifically how computers are used in the workplace
    • Explore the myths of entrepreneurship and identify types of innovation
    • Demonstrate language fundamentals necessary to communicate effectively with an emphasis on workplace oral and written communication
    • Demonstrate basic math skills as related to algebraic equations and practical personal finance

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