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2012-2013 Academic Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Management, AAS


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Updates: The following updates have been made to this section of the 2012-13 Academic Catalog since its published date:

  • September 28, 2012 - ACCT 2102 replaced with BADM 2001.
  • September 28, 2012 - ACCT 2103 removed from Area of Concentration Courses
  • September 28, 2012 - ISDS2800 replaced with ISDS2100
  • September 28, 2012 - Second General Education Science Elective removed from curriculum  

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The associate degree in management prepares students for entry-level managerial positions. The program includes a core curriculum and a choice of six areas of concentration: administrative management, asset management, business management, health care management, hospitality management, and marketing management. The administrative management concentration enables students to integrate courses from various disciplines into a comprehensive approach to business or technology. The asset management concentration emphasizes the functions typically performed by bank managers, accounting managers, and risk managers: management of the financial and managerial accounting functions; systems for safeguarding of assets and establishment of transaction authority; cash management methods, credit policy, and collection methods; principles of insurance and risk reduction techniques; short-term and long-term financing vehicles. The business management concentration prepares students for employment in such positions as salesperson, assistant accountant, apartment building manager, or management assistant. The health care management concentration provides a foundation for managerial tasks specifically geared to the health care industry. The hospitality management concentration is designed to prepare students who want to work in the travel, tourism, and hospitality industry. The marketing management curriculum emphasizes marketing strategies to improve relationships with customers.

Curriculum in Management


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