Management program

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DEGREE

General Management Degree Requirements

Courses   Units
Accounting 115 - Survey of Accounting    
or    
Accounting 101 - Financial Accounting   3-4
or    
Accounting 101H - Honors Financial Accounting    
Business 100 - Fundamentals of Business   3
Business 120 - Principles of Management   3
Business 222 - Business Writing    
or   3
Management 122 - Business Communication    
     
Select TWO courses from the following:    
Business 105 - Legal Environment of Business   3
Business 121 - Human Relations and Organizational Behavior   3
Business 125 - Introduction to International Business   3
Business 150 - Introduction to Computing and Application Software   4
Management 125 - Organizational Leadership   3
Marketing 113 - Principles of Marketing   3



General Management Degree Total Units   18-20

Retail Management Degree Requirements

Courses   Units
Accounting 010 - Accounting Procedures    
or   3
Accounting 115 - Survey of Accounting
Business 080 - Business Mathematics   3
Business 120 - Principles of Management    
or   3
Management 120 - Principles of Management    
Business 121 - Human Relations and Organizational Behavior    
or   3
Management 121 - Human Relations and Organizational Behavior    
Business 222 - Business Writing    
or   3
Management 122 - Business Communication    
Computer Science 100 - The Computer and Society   3
Management 135 - Human Resource Management   3
Marketing 111 - Principles of Retailing   3
Marketing 113 - Principles of Marketing   3
Speech Communication 101 - Introduction to Interpersonal Communication    
or   3
Speech Communication 101H - Honors Introduction to Interpersonal Communication    



Retail Management Degree Total Units   30

 

CERTIFICATE

General Management Certificate Requirements

Courses   Units
Accounting 010 - Accounting Procedures    
or   3
Accounting 115 - Survey of Accounting
Business 100 - Fundamentals of Business   3
Business 120 - Principles of Management   3
Business 222 - Business Writing    
or   3
Management 122 - Business Communication    
     
Select TWO courses from the following:    
Business 105 - Legal Environment of Business   3
Business 121 - Human Relations and Organizational Behavior   3
Business 125 - Introduction to International Busiess   3
Business 150 - Introduction to Information Systems and Applications   4
Management 125 - Organizational Leadership   3
Marketing 113 - Principles of Marketing   3



General Management Certificate Total Units   18-20

Human Resource Management Certificate Requirements

Courses   Units
Management 120 - Principles of Management   3
Management 121 - Human Relations and Organizational Behavior   3
Management 135 - Human Resource Management   3
Business 105 - Legal Environment of Business   3



Human Resource Management Certificate Total Units   12

Retail Management Certificate Requirements (sac.mgtrt.ca)

The program is approved by the Western Association of Food Chains, and persons completing the prescribed courses are eligible to receive both the CC Certificate of Competence and the WAFC Retail Management Certificate. The WAFC Retail Management Certificate is a specially recognized program designed to prepare individuals for the fast-paced retail industry. This program is also intended to help students develop an understanding of the retail manager’s job and the requirements for success in the retail environment.

Courses   Units
Accounting 010 - Accounting Procedures    
or   3
Accounting 115 - Survey of Accounting
Business 080 - Business Mathematics   3
Business 120 - Principles of Management    
or   3
Management 120 - Principles of Management    
Business 121 - Human Relations and Organizational Behavior    
or   3
Management  121 - Human Relations and Organizational Behavior    
Business 222 - Business Writing    
or   3
Management 122 - Business Communications    
Computer Science 100 - The Computer and Society   3
Management 135 - Human Resource Management   3
Marketing 111 - Principles of Retailing   3
Marketing 113 - Principles of Marketing   3
Speech Communication 101 - Introduction to Interpersonal Communication    
or   3
Speech Communication 101H - Honors Introduction to Interpersonal Communication    



 Retail Management Certificate Total Units   30

Small Business Certificate Requirements

Courses   Units
 Accounting 035 - QuickBooks   1.5
Business 170 - Principles of Small Business Management   3
Management 120 - Principles of Management   3
Marketing 113 - Principles of Marketing   3
     
Select ONE of the following courses:   3
Business 100 - Fundamentals of Business    
Business 171 - Business Plan for Small Business    
Business 172 - Small Business Marketing and Advertising    



Small Business Certificate Total Units   13.5

Supervision Certificate Requirements

Courses   Units
Management 120 - Principles of Management   3
Management 121 - Human Relations and Organizational Behavior   3
Management 122 - Business Communications   3
Management 135 - Human Resource Management   3



Supervision Certificate Total Units   12
Management 120 - Principles of Management
3units
Spring
Summer
Fall
Fall & Spring – Tuesday & Thursday 11:30 am - 12:55 pm
Fall & Spring – Wednesday 7:00 - 10:10 pm
Summer – Monday & Wednesday – 6:00 - 10:00 pm (6 weeks)

Principles, methods, and procedures essential to the successful management of human and financial resources. Planning, decision making, staffing, directing, motivating, leading, communicating, controlling and the application of managerial skills.

Business 120 - Principles of Management
3units
Spring
Summer
Fall
Fall & Spring – Tuesday & Thursday 11:30 am - 12:55 pm
Fall & Spring – Wednesday 7:00 - 10:10 pm
Summer – Monday & Wednesday – 6:00 - 10:00 pm (6 weeks)

Principles, methods, and procedures essential to the successful management of human and financial resources. Planning, decision making, staffing, directing, motivating, leading, communicating, controlling and the application of managerial skills.

Management 121 - Human Relations and Organizational Behavior
3units
Spring
Fall
Fall - Tuesday 7:00 - 10:10 pm
Spring - Tuesday 7:00 - 10:10 pm

The role of the manager and management’s relationship to employees. Includes the application of motivational theories, communications, leadership, and organizational structure.

Business 121 - Human Relations and Organizational Behavior
3units
Spring
Fall
Fall - Tuesday 7:00 - 10:10 pm
Spring - Tuesday 7:00 - 10:10 pm

The role of the manager and management’s relationship to employees. Includes the application of motivational theories, communications, leadership, and organizational structure.

Management 122 - Business Communications
3units
Spring
Fall
Fall – Tuesday 7:00 – 10:00 pm
Spring – Tuesday & Thursday 1:00 – 2:50 pm

Overview of oral and written communication skills used in business; emphasizes guidelines for improving writing and speaking skills, common solutions to common communication problems, ethical issues facing business communicators today, instructions on how to identify areas of legal vulnerability, and tested techniques for communicating successfully in today’s high-tech, international business environment.

Management 125 - Organizational Leadership
3units
Rarely offered – see Dept. Chair for alternative class selection

An examination of the universal principles of leadership. Covers the many approaches to leadership, the role of gender and diversity, and leadership ethics. Designed to build repeatable and transferable leadership skills for today’s organizational environment.

Management 135 - Human Resource Management
3units
Spring
Fall
TBA

Introductory course covers the goals, activities, and challenges of human resources. Includes equal employment opportunity and diversity, recruitment and selection, leadership and motivation, training and development, compensation, employee and labor/management relations.

Can I get both a certificate(s) & a degree?

Yes. Once you have completed the courses for a certificate complete the necessary paperwork and submit it to the graduation office. To earn your degree, all you have to do is complete your general education classes and any other classes required for the degree.

Can I use the same class for multiple certificates?

Yes. There are a variety of management certificates available. Once you complete a course you can use it for all of the certificates. Check the requirements as you may only need one additional course to earn another certificate.

What benefits come with getting a certificate?

Earning a certificate looks great on your resume. It tells potential employers that you have followed a path of study and have expertise in a certain area. It may not be an AA degree, but it’s better than nothing.

Do the Management Classes transfer?

Yes. The classes all transfer as elective units.

If I’m planning to transfer, should I just wait to take Management at the university?

You could. But what if you decide you don’t like marketing when you get there? Why not take a class, get a certificate or degree at SAC – learn from professionals, get an internship or part-time job and check things out before you invest 4 years in a field you may not like. Besides…you can’t beat the price!

How do I know when I’m done?

During the semester that you are enrolled in the final class required for the certificate or degree, complete your graduation documentation and turn it to the graduation office ON TIME. Watch for notifications on the bulletin boards, on-line and in your classes. If you have questions, make an appointment to speak with Prof. Doolittle or Prof. Grant.

Questions about the SAC Management Program?

Contact one of our full time professors immediately:

  Glenn Doolittle Madeline Grant Gabriel Shweiri
Email doolittle_glenn@sac.edu grant_madeline@sac.edu shweiri_gabriel@sac.edu
Phone (714) 564-6776 (714) 564-6789 (714) 564-6753
Office SAC-A107-1 SAC-A107-1 SAC-A107-4