The Management program will prepare you with people skills and organizational systems knowledge to succeed and earn promotions in the company or institutional environment of your choice. Experience and leadership skills are gained through on the job training and participation in a local, state and national management development association.
Course work in the management program includes: communications and human relations, management and supervision, information processing, problem solving and computer applications, team building and leadership development, and organizational and human resource development.
Graduates of the program have found positions as general managers, supervisors, assistant personnel managers, office managers, manufacturing and distribution managers, production supervisors, parts and inventory managers, business owners, customer service representatives, training coordinators, sales managers, buyers, and purchasing agents. Advanced management positions are available to those who enter the work force and demonstrate strong, individual skills and knowledge.
The Management program emphasizes career development along with transfer options for students planning on attending a four-year college. Contact a DMACC Management instructor, counselor or advisor for transfer planning assistance.
Management AAS Degree