This certificate prepares individuals to understand basic business management concepts and principles as they are applied to a variety of organizations.
Upon Completion of the Business Management Certificate, students should be able to apply business concepts in a business environment.
A Business Management Certificate will be printed on the transcript of those students who have successfully completed these 12 credits of Business Management with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 in the designated courses.
Managers in Organizations
This course covers the roles managers can and do play (past, present, future) to create and modify organizations in their quest to fulfill the organizational mission. An analysis of the interaction of an organization with the goals, priorities and strategies of employees is studied as well.
Offers an overall view of managing an organization by challenging students to integrate learning from all course work in solving complex management problems.
Human Resources for Managers
This course analyzes the major human resource management functions in an organization. It presents the various components of the human resource management process, and the associated activities to perform these functions. The course highlights the human resource management responsibilities of all managers and emphasizes leadership responsibilities and competencies, job analysis, the supporting role of human resource management to strategic planning, and the major government legislation affecting human resource management.
Marketing Concepts and Applications
This class covers the role of marketing research, analysis of marketing opportunities, selection of target markets, development of marketing mix variables, management of the marketing effort, and development of the market plan.