Business Management (GBM.S.AAS)
64.0-65.0 Credit Hours
This program emphasizes preparation for a wide variety of management-related positions. It is designed to provide a balance in technical business education along with general education courses while providing a considerable choice of electives and alternatives. Opportunities for managers include supervision, office managers, management trainees, assistant managers and owners within a variety of settings, including small and medium-size businesses, corporations, industries, non-profit organizations and governmental agencies.
- Apply proper oral and written communication, quantitative methods, critical thinking, research, ethics, computer literacy, and global citizenship skills.
- Demonstrate synthesis of general education concepts into the required management and business application.
- Apply principles of organizational behavior and human relations, including methods used to create, maintain and improve a positive and diverse work environment.
- Apply contemporary approaches to management and organizational success within the framework of the classroom and written assignments.
- Demonstrate methods of planning, leading, organizing and controlling within organizational systems and strategy development, particularly in the context of mission, values, goals and objectives.