Management

Management

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Diana Bullen

Chair: Business & Information Systems

Residential Faculty - Director General Business Programs

480-461-7221

Office: BP 43A - Room: 027

This program is part of the Business & Information Systems Department.

Are you the kind of person who’d rather drive the bus than sit in the back row? Always have ideas about how something could be better? Do people come to you for advice or your take on things? Then a career in management is right up your alley. Generally speaking, management describes an organization’s policy and administration and the people who provide the decisions and supervision necessary to implement business objectives.

The mission of the Management program at MCC is to provide you with a basic inventory of skills and competencies that you’ll need when you become a practitioner in the field. Our program also offers working professionals an opportunity to improve their skills and add to their knowledge of business management.

The Management program includes the following areas of study:

  • Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Project Management
  • Retail Management
  • Servant Leadership
  • Police Management
  • Judicial Court Management
  • Fitness Center Management
  • Victim Advocacy Management
  • Emergency Management

Career Profile

Quick Stats

Example Titles
Business Executive
Agricultural Worker Supervisor
Store Manager
Factory Production Manager
Farm Manager
Storage and Transportation Manager
Types of Employers
Marketing/Communications Companies
Public Relations Firms
Corporations
Financial Companies
Government and Public Administration
Hospitality and Tourism

The need for qualified management experts is expected to grow faster than average over the next several years. Job opportunities should increase, both because of job growth and vacancies left by retiring professionals.

Management professionals:

  • May plan the schedules at plants, factories, and stores
  • Often monitor product quality
  • Work closely with workers, executives, and other department heads
  • Usually work over 40 hours per week
  • Have a bachelor’s degree plus work experience

Available Associate Degrees and Certificates

Degree / Certificate Title Courses
Associate in Business - General Requirements (ABUS-GR)    Associate in Business General Requirements Course List
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Associate in Applied Science (AAS)    Business - Bookkeeping Technician Track VIII Course Sequence
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)    Business - Business Communication Track I Course Sequence
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)    Business - International Trade Track V Course Sequence
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)    Business - Management Track II Course Sequence
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)    Business - Marketing Track III Course Sequence
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)    Business - Project Management Track VI Course Sequence
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)    Business - Real Estate Track IV Course Sequence
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)    Business - Small Business Track VII Course Sequence
Certificate of Completion (CCL)    Management Course Sequence

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Before signing up for classes, you’ll want to meet with an academic advisor. Together, you’ll lay out a program and career path that suits you best. This step is essential to your academic success.

Advising for the Management program is available through the Business & Information Systems department. You can also contact Academic Advisement for general advising. Both will help you determine the exact courses you need to get the education you’re looking for.