An education in management can take you far in a variety of careers, and our A.S. in Management program is a great place to start. Whether you want to manage products and organizations, or you want to own your own business, our classes can give you the foundation you need to get ahead.
The coursework is broad and interdisciplinary, covering economic trends and topics like workplace diversity, teamwork, leadership, consumer behavior, globalization and more.
Get to know why the Malcolm Baldrige School of Business was ranked in the top 10 for return on investment by Payscale in 2014.
In our A.S. in Management, you’ll:
Learn in a practice-based program to gain valuable real-world experience before you graduate
Prepare for a challenging career in a variety of industries
Be able to apply credits you’ve earned to a Bachelor in Management degree
Students in the Associate of Science in Management degree program gain a solid foundation in business management. Through coursework with an interdisciplinary focus, students will explore economic trends and topics in workplace diversity, teamwork, leadership, time management and social skills. Program-wide emphasis is placed on the importance of working in a team, and students work together to complete presentations on subjects such as consumer behavior, globalization, human capital, and organizational structure.
Graduates could seek employment as human resource associates, retail store managers, sale representatives, account associates, customer service supervisors and independent business owners.
This degree program is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
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