This program is offered at Clark State's Beavercreek, Online and Springfield locations.
The Management curriculum provides a well-rounded education consisting of basic courses in accounting, information technology, economics, finance, business law, management, marketing, and operations. The associate degree in Management provides students with knowledge and skills for managing people, finances, and operations.
The program schedule that follows is designed for full-time students who have completed all prerequisites and who have no college preparatory recommendations. Many individuals, especially part-time students and those taking college preparatory courses, will require additional semesters of study. Students should consult their academic advisors for help in planning their schedules.
Students with significant business experience, where expertise equals or exceeds the outcomes of a particular course(s), are offered two options for earning experiential credit. Proficiency exams are available for selected courses. Other courses may allow a student to potentially earn credit through a portfolio presentation.
Upon completion of an Associate of Applied Business degree in Management, a graduate will be able to do the following:
- Analyze quantitative data.
- Apply basic business and management concepts, skills, and tools.
- Demonstrate knowledge of global business trends.
- Demonstrate knowledge of social responsibility trends, ethical issues, and legal considerations.
- Effectively use communications and human relations knowledge and skills.
- Effectively use information technology skills in the business environment.
The Management program is available during the day and the evening at the Brinkman Center, the Greene Center, and online. Students should consult with an advisor for the recommended sequencing of courses.
Students enrolled in Associate of Applied Business degree programs are preparing for employment upon graduation from the program. However, at some point many of these students are also interested in completing a bachelor's degree. A number of colleges or universities have designed bachelor's completion programs designed for students completing applied degrees. See the Transfer section of the catalog for more information.
Humanities/Social Science Electives
A complete listing of humanities and social science electives is available in the College Catalog.
|MGT 1060||Organizational Behavior||3|
|MGT 1120||Principles of Management||3|
|ENG 1111||English I||3|
|ITS 1105||Computer Concepts and Software Applications *||3|
|ITS 1235||Beginning Spreadsheet *or|
|ITS 1245||Beginning Database *||1|
|MTH 1060||Business Mathematics||3|
|ACC 1100||Introduction to Financial Accounting||4|
|ECO 2220||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|ENG 1112||English IIor|
|ENG 2211||Business Communication||3|
|HRM 1725||Human Resource Management||3|
|MKT 2000||Marketing Management||3|
|MGT 2000||Introduction to Project Managementor|
|MGT 2020||Quality Management||3|
|MGT 2600||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|ECO 2210||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|--||Co-op or Technical Elective **||3|
|--||Arts/Humanities or Social/Behavioral Science Elective (GA) ***||3|
|MGT 2270||Business Finance||3|
|MGT 2650||Negotiation Skills or Technical elective**||3|
|MGT 2800||Business Strategy/Policy Seminar (Capstone)||3|
|LSC 2270||Operations Management||3|
|STT 2640||Elementary Statistics I||3|
|Total Credit Hours||62|
* Students with little or no computer background should enroll in ITS 0800 before taking other computer courses. Students without adequate keyboarding skills should enroll in ITS 0810 before taking a computer class.
** Technical electives must total 6 semester hours. They may come from any combination of courses not already prescribed that use the following course codes: HRM, INS, LSC, MGT, MKT, ACC, CSD, CSE, EBE (except EBE 1100), ITS (except ITS 0800, ITS 0810, ITS 1100), NTK, OAD, and RES.
*** Must be a global awareness (GA) course and may come from social/behavioral sciences (Except ECO 1100) or arts/humanities.