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Associate of Science in Management

Take the Lead with a Management Degree from Post University

This program is offered Online.

Your co-workers know they can always count on you. You’re a dependable, hardworking employee, and you’re ready to take your career to the next level. Earning your management degree from Post University, such as the Associate of Science in Management, can open new doors to a variety of management jobs, including human resources associate, retail store manager, sales representative, account associate, customer service supervisor and independent business owner. Or you can transition that associate degree education into a bachelor’s in management degree on down the line.  

Program Highlights

Through coursework with an interdisciplinary focus, you will gain a solid foundation in business management and leadership, entrepreneurship, and creativity and innovation. You will expand your workplace diversity and teamwork skills.  

In your Associate of Science in Management degree program, you’ll also cover topics including leading change, resolving conflict, motivating others, leading a team, ethics in business situations, and a host of practical management techniques. And you’ll learn general business concepts, including the fundamental management concepts of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. 


What can you do with an associate degree in management? 

From exploring economic trends to investigating organizational structure to building your knowledge base regarding leadership, teamwork and human capital issues, you’ll come away with a deeper understanding of how to make yourself an invaluable part of your company’s workforce.  

Upon completion of your associates in management degree, you will be prepared to use the management techniques, theories and principles you’ve learned in a variety of business settings. Your career path is wide open to any number of entry-level supervisory or management positions in just about any industry and every department, from front-line supervisors and office managers to sales supervisors and assistant general managers. 


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What is an Associate of Science in Management?

An Associate of Science in Management teaches leadership skills and foundational knowledge useful in business management or entrepreneurship. Coursework covers topics including diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I), ethics, accounting, finance, marketing and more. This degree could help you expand your communication and teamwork skills and places an emphasis on creativity and innovation.

What degree is best for management? What degrees do managers have?

A manager could hold an associate’s, bachelor’s, or master’s degree. Typically managers have schooling in management, business administration, finance, or any related field. At Post University you have the option to also transition your associate’s degree to a bachelor’s in management with the option to focus on concentrations in: general management, accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, human resource management, or an MBA track concentration.

What is a management degree good for?

A management degree could help prepare you for multiple work environments. It might help you develop skills to lead through growth, conflicts, and change. This degree covers the tools to analyze an organization’s structure, culture, and competition.

Pursue Your Management Career

At Post University, our focus is to make your transition from school to employment as seamless and successful as possible. Whether you’re just starting an associate degree management program, finishing a degree you already started or working on a whole new skillset, we’re here to support you every step of your educational journey.  

Why follow when you were born to lead?  Contact us to enroll in your management degree courses today and discuss which format is best for you. 


This degree program is programmatically accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). 


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