Associate of Science in Management
Pursue Your Associate Degree in Management Online or On Campus!
If you have been thinking about pursuing a degree that could help you better understand management principles and what it takes to lead people and processes in a business environment, the Associate of Science in Management may be for you. Our associate degree in management offers an interdisciplinary focus to provide the learning experiences you could use to build a solid foundation for business management, leadership, entrepreneurship, creativity, and innovation.
Coursework for this management program covers topics for leading teams, resolving conflict, championing change, motivating others, economic trends, organizational structure, ethics in business situations, and a host of practical management techniques. The program also explores general management concepts, including the fundamentals for planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.
What Could I Do with an Associate Degree in Management?
Upon completion of your associate degree in management, you will have had the opportunity to learn about the techniques, theories, and principles management professionals apply to a variety of business management settings, from retail management to customer service management to human resource management. You could use the education you receive in this program to pursue entry-level opportunities in business or transfer credit toward earning a Bachelor of Science in Management down the line.
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Industry-Focused Curriculum for Professional Skills
Whether taken full time or part time, coursework for your associate degree in management program is designed to help you build the foundation of insights necessary to:
- Apply the core concepts of management—planning, organizing, leading, and controlling
- Build leadership skills for resolving conflict, motivating teammates, leading change, etc.
- Better understand business fundamentals—management, marketing, accounting, finance, and more
Benefits of Earning an Associate Degree in Management Online
From the admissions process to the day you graduate, we are with you every step of the way.
- Receive support from a personal Post team of advisors focused on your academic success
- Learn from industry-experienced professionals in interactive courses
- No class times or set login times for your associate degree in management online program
- Online courses emphasize practical application of management and leadership principles
A Word from Our Program Chair
“Success looks different for everyone. You have people in your corner that are going to support you. Our tenet is Post Makes It Personal®, and we embody it every single day.”
Stephanie Caban, MBA
Program Chair, Management
Pursue Your Associate of Science in Management at Post!
At Post University, we are focused on your success, in and out of the classroom. A student success advisor will work with you one-on-one to answer your questions and help you address challenges throughout your degree program—on campus or online. We are here to help you achieve your personal and professional goals.
Ready for a degree that offers a better understanding of what it takes to pursue a professional future in management? Contact us to learn more about our associate degree in management.
This degree program is programmatically accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Management Program FAQs
What is an Associate of Science in Management?
An Associate of Science in Management explores leadership skills and presents foundational knowledge useful in business management or entrepreneurship. Coursework covers topics including diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), ethics, accounting, finance, marketing and more. This degree places an emphasis on creativity and innovation and could help you expand your communication and teamwork skills.
What degree is best for management? What degrees do managers have?
A manager could hold an associate, bachelor’s, or master’s degree. Many managers have schooling in management, business administration, finance, or related fields. At Post University you have the option to apply the college credit from your associate degree in management to a bachelor’s in management that offers concentrations in general management, entrepreneurship, leadership, or an MBA track.
What is a management degree good for?
A management degree could help you prepare 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.
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