The Management AAS offers several diverse tracks of education for those students looking for a direct pathway from college to a career in Management. Our AAS program also offers a broad curriculum base to allow for coursework to transfer to many colleges and universities.
The Management AAS program includes 5 general education core required courses and 10 core business and management classes. Students then can choose from one of three pathways for their Management concentration courses, including Human Resource Management, Supply Chain Management, or Sales and Management, or can choose courses from each pathway to gain a diverse mix of skills and experiences. In addition, the program includes an Internship component allow students to develop practical, hands-on experiences in their areas of specific career interest and to assist with networking for future career opportunities.
Classes are designed to help students learn management skills through hands-on activities such as cases studies, simulations, team-based projects, study tours, professional development activities, and community involvement projects. In addition, faculty assist with helping students make business connections in the local community through internships and other networking opportunities. Daytime and online classes are offered.
DMACC’s Management AAS program offers flexibility for students that are currently employed in the workforce to complete coursework and utilize their current career experiences to help them gain the skills and experiences necessary to assist with career development.
Graduates of the program have achieved career success as general managers, supervisors, human resource recruiters and assistants, office managers, manufacturing and distribution managers, production supervisors, parts and inventory managers, entrepreneurs, customer service representatives, training coordinators, sales managers, buyers and purchasing agents.
For more information about the Management program, please visit our website at www.dmacc.edu/programs/marketing.
Selected courses in this program are offered at other campuses.
Students may start any semester
To earn a Management, AAS degree, a student must complete all coursework as prescribed and maintain a 2.0 grade point average.
Option 1 - Select 3 Credits
Option 2 - Select 3 Credits
Option 3 - Select 3 Credits
Option 4 - Select 3 Credits
Option 5 - Select 3 Credits
Option 6 - Select 3-4 Credits
- BUS 185 - Business Law I Credits: 3
- Select 3 credits from Option 7 Credits: 3
- Select 3 credits from Option 8 Credits: 3
- Select 6 credits from Option 9 Credits: 6
Option 7 - Select 3 Credits
Option 8 - Select 3 Credits
Option 9 - Select 6 Credits–Students should consider potential certificate(s) they wish to obtain in choosing courses.
Option 10 - Select 12 Credits–Students should consider potential certificate(s) they wish to obtain in choosing courses.
Total Credits Required to Complete the AAS Degree - 66*
*Total credits are calculated using the least number of credits needed to satisfy the option requirements.
Tuition……………………………………………………………………………………..$174.00 per credit
The costs for each program are estimates and subject to change.
|Management Conf. Co-Curricular
Approximate total for program: $14,429**
**Program entry requirements are not included in the total approximate cost.
What Kind of Work Will You Do?
- Accomplish organizational objectives by directing the efforts of employees.
- Plan and implement work schedules.
- Use technology for communication, business applications, web applications and presentations to individuals and groups.
- Purchase products for resale or manage a physical distribution program.
- Be a team leader with a group of employees.
- Plan and execute production programs using Total Quality Management.
- Establish human resource programs such as salary, schedules, fringe benefit packages, equal employment opportunity programs and training programs.
- Execute or manage the information flow in a business.
What Skills and Abilities Will You Need?
- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Work and relate well with people from various backgrounds.
- Follow through on details.
- Be self-managed, manage your own time, take initiative.
- Ability to persuasively provide solutions and ideas.
- Keep updated on products and services; learn on your own.
- Evaluate how effectively programs are working.
What Else Should I Consider about this Program or Career Choice?
- The Management program offers a number of career and additional education options.
- Some employers will pay tuition for you to get a baccalaureate degree.
- Have an opportunity to plan and organize your work schedule.
- Pressure and stress may exist when deadlines and company objectives have to be met.
- Strong math background will enhance success in some management areas.
- Most work details and programs will be executed through the use of a computer/terminal.
- Average starting salary: AAS-$43,333 (2014-2015 Placement Report).
- Lead the work activities of employees.
- Direct the work activities of employees.
- Evaluate the work activities of employees.
- Execute the human resource activities of a group.
- Develop and implement training and development activities to enhance employee and organizational performance.
- Deploy the marketing mix strategies from the perspective of a management team member.
- Demonstrate effective conflict resolution skills.
- Delegates duties and tasks in accomplishing organizational objectives.
- Adopt motivational strategies to optimize the performance of employees for the benefit of the organization.
- Facilitate continuous process improvement throughout an organization.
- Analyze and interpret financial and statistical data to support decisions.
- Lead and implement project management initiatives.
- Understand and interpret the legal aspects of various industries as it relates to a manager’s role in an organization.
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DMACC offers career and technical programs in the following areas of study:
Agriculture, Natural and Environmental Science
Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
Arts, Design, and Visual Communication
Business, Management, and Marketing
Education, Public, and Human Services
Hospitality and Culinary
Transportation & Logistics
Entrance requirements for specific programs can be found at https://www.dmacc.edu/admissions/Pages/checklist.aspx. (2021)