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Management and Supervision


Degrees and Certificates

PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
Associate in Science
Required Courses Units
GNBUS 10 Intro. to Global Business 3
GNBUS 18A Business Law 3
GNBUS 56 Business Mathematics 3
MGMT 5 Introduction to Supervision 3
MGMT 10 Principles of Management 3
MGMT 35 Management Psychology 3
Plus three additional units selected from courses listed below  
BCA 15 Business Computer Applications 3
OA 52/ Business English 3
PSYCH 1A General Psychology 3
SPECH 1 Public Speaking OR 6 Group Communication 3
Total units required for degree major 21
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
Certificate of Achievement

Required Courses
Units
BCA 15 Business Computer Applications — Beginning 3
GNBUS 10 Intro. to Global Business 3
GNBUS 18A Business Law or equivalent 3
MGMT 5 Introduction to Supervision 3
MGMT 10 Principles of Management 3
MGMT 35 Management Psychology 3
Plus at least 12 units from the following  
ACCT 1L Prin. of Accounting-Financial   
OR ACCT 10A General Accounting 3-4.5
GNBUS 25 Career Planning 3
GNBUS 56 Business Mathematics 3
OA 52 Business English 3
Total units required 30
RETAIL MANAGEMENT 
Certificate of Achievement
Required Courses Units
ACCT 10A General Accounting 3
BCA 15 Business Computer Applications — Beginning 3
GNBUS 56 Business Mathematics 3
GNBUS 10 Intro. to Global Business 3
GNBUS 18A Business Law or equivalent 3
MGMT 10 Principles of Management 3
MGMT 15 Human Resource Management 3
MGMT 35 Management Psychology 3
MKT 82 Marketing Management 3
OA 21 Business Communications 2
SPECH 1 Public Speaking 3
Total units required 32
Small Business Management
The Small Business Management Associate in Science Degree is primarily for students who plan to manage a small business or work in a small business environment.  The Small Business curriculum provides students with the basic understanding of existing business practices.  Students will be able to understand and apply the principles of business ethics, social responsibilities of a business, basic functions of management, and the qualifications required in business management and/or ownership.
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Associate in Science
Required Courses Units
ACCT 3 Computerized Accounting 3
BCA 15 Business Computer Applications — Beginning 3
GNBUS 10 Intro. to Global Business 3
GNBUS 18A Business Law or equivalent 3
OA 52 Business English 3
GNBUS 56 Business Mathematics 3
Additional recommended courses:   
BCA 33 Intro to Excel 1
BCA 34 Advanced Excel 1
MGMT 5 Introduction to Supervision 3
MGMT 10 Principles of Management 3
MGMT 35 Management Psychology 3
Total units required for degree major 18
ADVANCED SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 
Certificate of Achievement

Required Courses
Units
BCA 15 Business Computer Applications — Beginning 3
GNBUS 18A Business Law or equivalent 3
MGMT 5 Introduction to Supervision 3
OR MGMT 10 Prin. of Management  
MGMT 35 Management Psychology 3
Plus at least 15 units from the following  
ACCT 1L Prin. of Accounting-Financial 3-4.5
OR 10A Gen. Accounting  
GNBUS 10 Intro. to Global Business 3
GNBUS 25 Career Planning 3
GNBUS 56 Business Mathematics 3
MGMT 75 Business Promotional Planning 3
OA 52 Business English 3
Total units required 27
  SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Certificate of Achievement

Required Courses
Units
BCA 15 Business Computer Applications - Beginning 3
OR equiv.    
GNBUS 10 Intro. to Global Business    3
GNBUS 18A Business Law or equivalent 3
MGMT 5 Introduction to Supervision 3
OR 10 Prin.of Management  
MGMT 35 Management Psychology 3
Total units required 15
  Courses
MGMT 5—Introduction to Supervision (3 units) CSU
Introduction to role of the supervisor; understanding the basic fundamentals of supervision; designed for the potential working supervisor. (L)
MGMT 10—Principles of Management (3 units) CSU
Managerial and organizational theory and practice; planning, organizing, influencing, and controlling; focus on the role, functions, and responsibilities of management in a contemporary organization. (L)
MGMT 14—Entrepreneurship (3 units) CSU
Principles of establishing and managing a small business, including the preparation of a business plan; emphasis on goal-setting, types of business organizations, obtaining licenses and permits, financing options, accounting aspects, legal requirements, managing the enterprise, and other aspects in business entrepreneurship.  Not open to studdents who have taken AG 14. (LM)
MGMT 15—Human Resource Management  (3 units) CSU
Foundations for the contemporary theory and practices relating to the management of people; managing human resources within an organization; basic personnel processes.  (L)
MGMT 35—Management Psychology (3 units) CSU
Assists students in understanding and applying theories of management and psychology to human behavior in the workplace; increases awareness of individual and group behaviors, conflict resolution, and organizational dynamics. (L)
MGMT 75—Business Promotional Planning (3 units)
Principles of, and practices in, the planning and executing of a sales promotional plan.  Not open for credit to student with credit in MKT 75. (L)
MGMT 95A—Managerial Accounting (1 unit)
Role of the budget; essential elements of the budgeting process, control, and accountability. Grades are P/NP. (L)  
MGMT 95B—Time Management and Planning (1 unit)
Improvement of time management strategies; focus on dealing with multiple problems and the most effective use of time. Grades are P/NP. (L)  
MGMT 95C—Legal Concerns for Employers (1 unit)
Current developments in the field of personnel law and legal concerns of management who oversee employees; emphasis on personnel laws and policies related to equal opportunity, affirmative action, and sexual harassment. Grades are P/NP. (L)
MGMT 95D—Recruitment, Interviewing, Hiring (0.5 unit)
Personnel recruitment, including affirmative action considerations, interviewing techniques, checking references, and orientation for new employees. Grades are P/NP. (L)
MGMT 95E—Evaluation and Performance Appraisal (0.5 unit)
Exploration of the use of periodic interactive discussion centering on employees' contributions to organizational goals; introduction to evaluation tools such as job inventories and appraisal documents. Grades are P/NP. (L)
MGMT 95F—Disciplinary Actions (1 unit)
Analysis of employee discipline systems, rights of management and employees, collective bargaining agreements, and general grievance procedures. Grades are P/NP. (L)  
MGMT 95G—Training Employees (0.5 unit)
Aspects of establishing an effective training program, including identification of training needs, preparation of training objectives, and psychological approaches to training. Grades are P/NP. (L)
MGMT 95H—Leadership (1 unit)
Analysis of basic human behavior on the job, focusing on various leadership styles, motivational techniques, and improvement of employee productivity. Grades are P/NP. (L)
MGMT 95J—Stress Management (0.5 unit) 
Cause-and-effect factors of stress and the skills and strategies supervisors can use to help cope with stress; stress as both enemy and ally. Grades are P/NP. (L)
MGMT 95K—Computer Concepts for Managers (1 unit)
Introduction to basic concepts of computer application for managers in planning, organizing, directing, and controlling. Grades are P/NP. (L)
MGMT 95L—Transition to Being a Supervisor (0.5 unit)
Exploration of management potential for emerging supervisors; focuses on role transition and organizational need in directing and controlling. Grades are P/NP. (L)
MGMT 95M—Safe Workplace (0.5 unit)
Responsibilities of the supervisor for development of safety attitudes and practices; emphasis on accident prevention procedures as well as components of report forms. Grades are P/NP. (L)
MGMT 95N—Written Communication Skills  (1 unit)
Advanced verbal, nonverbal, written, and group communication skills; business meetings, public speaking, and other management communication skills covered. Grades are P/NP. (L)
MGMT 95O—Advanced Entrepreneur Training (2 units)
Develop an advanced business plan for a new venture or evaluate a current plan.  Includes market research, organizational structure, customer sales and service, financial record keeping, sales, licensing, employee/employer concerns, and funding sources. Grades are P/NP. (L)
MGMT 95P—Business Ethics (1 unit)
Provides a practical approach to business ethics useful in responding to business problems in a range of areas including accounting, finance, marketing, and management. Grades are P/NP.
MGMT 95Q—Intro. to Quality Management (0.5 unit)
Introduction to the philosophy, tools, and techniques of quality improvement efforts in organizations. Emphasis on understanding the quality systems approach to customer focus, continuous improvement, and employee involvement. Focus on the relationship of customer satisfaction and organization success. This is the foundation for understanding many quality improvement initiatives in organization. (L)
MGMT 95W—Customer Service  (0.5 unit)
Focus on customer service improvement; development of customer service strategy and attitude, treating clients appropriately, phone etiquette, e-mail etiquette, and the do's and don'ts of customer service. Grades are P/NP. (L)  
MGMT 280A—Writing a Business Plan (0.5 unit)
Development of a business plan. Emphasis on market identification, sources of funding, assessment of strengths and weaknesses of the business managers, and preparation and evaluation of the plan. Intended for potential or existing business owners and managers. (L) Grades are P/NP.
MGMT 280B—Legal Aspects of Starting a Small Business  (0.5 unit)
Legal issues encountered by the small business owner; intended for potential or existing business owners and managers. (L) Grades are P/NP.
MGMT 280C—Marketing Analysis for a Small Business (0.5 unit) 
Provides students with the information and tools to analyze marketing strategies of a small business. Intended for potential or existing business owners and managers. (L) Grades are P/NP.
MGMT 280D—Market Research for your Local Area (0.5unit)
Provides students with the knowledge of research tools to conduct market research of their local business area. Intended for potential or existing business owners and managers. (L) Grades are P/NP.
MGMT 280E—Marketing Strategy for Small Business (0.5 unit)
The importance of promoting your business and taking the time to develop a solid marketing strategy. Intended for potential or existing business owners and managers. (L) Grades are P/NP.
MGMT 280F—Personnel Management and Operations (0.5 unit)
Introduction to the complicated laws regarding hiring and maintaining employees. Intended for potential eliciting business owners and managers. (L) Grades are P/NP.
MGMT 280G—Small Business Financing  (0.5 unit)
Fundamentals of financing a business venture, including establishing an accounting system, tools to forecast business needs, establish an overall cash management system, and what a lender wants to see. Intended for potential or existing business owners and managers. (L) Grades are P/NP.