Management and Supervision

About the Degree
The Associate of Applied Science in Management and Supervision degree is designed for students who wish to enter the workforce as mid-management employees. Students will take courses from a variety of management and supervision disciplines to make them well-rounded, highly-productive personnel. UACCB’s A.A.S. in Management and Supervision degree consists of 18 credit hours of general education requirements and 42 credit hours in management and supervision classes.

On the Road to Your A.A.S in Management and Supervision
Students can earn a Technical Certificate in Management and Supervision (27 credit hours) while progressing toward an Associate of Applied Science degree in Management and Supervision. The Technical Certificate in Management and Supervision will build upon the students’ work experiences and include topics such as public relations, ethics and management. 
Contact Info
Dr. Brian Shonk
Vice Chancellor for Academics

Class Schedule

English Composition I
Principles of Management
English Comp. II
Principles of Leadership
College Algebra
Principles of Finance
Principles of Marketing
Cyber Security
Customer Relations Mgmt
Legal Environment of Business
Human Resource Management
Social Media Mgmt
General Psychology
Oral Communication
Business Ethics
Public Relations Management
Conflict Management
Project Management
Skills Learned
Analyze Data and Financial Records
Organizational Planning
Supervisory Principles
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