Program Coordinator: Richard Hutton, LRC 206, Ext. 2452
Length: Two semesters (one year)
Purpose: With increased development of business, industry, and government in Virginia, there is a great need for qualified management personnel. The supervision and management program is designed to train personnel for full-time employment upon completion of the course requirements. In addition, the curriculum furnishes the student the option to transfer into the AAS degree Management program.
Entry Level Management
Small Business Management
Admission Requirements: A student eligible for admission to the College can normally be considered for admission to Supervision and Management certificate curriculum.
Program Requirements: The one year curriculum provides training in general business, accounting, management, and information systems. Proficiency in keyboarding, high school English, and high school mathematics is required. Students who are not proficient in English and mathematics will be required to correct their deficiencies in developmental courses. In addition to this, the curriculum includes supportive courses as a preparation for entrance into the job market. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, the student will be awarded a Certificate in Supervision and Management.
Supervision and Management
First Semester (Fall)
Principles of Accounting I
Introduction to Business
Human Resource Management
1*College Composition I
1*Business Math I
Orientation to College Success
Second Semester (Spring)
Principles of Management
Applied Business Statistics
Principles of Public Speaking
Intro. to Computer Applications and
Total Minimum Credits Required for Certificate.................35
1. Placement test is required for all English and mathematics courses.
2. Psychology 200 will substitute for PSY 120.
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