The Associate of Applied Science in Management prepares future leaders for entry-level managerial positions. The program includes a core curriculum and a choice of three concentrations.  In addition, this modern curriculum provides a broad scope of leading courses within management, as well as general education. The management major will help you develop leadership skills and graduate with all the tools needed to succeed in today's business world.

This two-year curriculum offers specific areas of study including Administrative Management, Accounting Management, and Health Care Management.

The courses and degree are available both in-person and hybrid formats. 

Academic Area

Business Technology
Science Building 207

About the Associate of Applied Science in Management

What You'll Learn 

  • Focus in on one of the many areas of concentration available to choose from
  • Take a variety of general education and major-specific courses as part of the Management Associate degree program
  • Apply critical-thinking and analytical reasoning
  • Develop your knowledge and skills relevant to the field of management

Areas of Concentration

  • Administrative management - Enables students to integrate various business courses into a comprehensive approach to meet the demands in today’s business world

  • Accounting Management - Emphasizes the functions typically performed by managers within the financials field

  • Health Care Management - Provides a foundation for managerial tasks specifically geared to the healthcare industry

Degree Requirements - 30 Total Required Credits

For additional detailed information on coursework, please visit the Academic Catalog Curriculum.

Total Credits Required: 60

  • Major Courses: 24

  • Concentration Courses: 15

  • General Education Courses: 21

Areas of Concentration Courses

Accounting Management

  • BADM 2001 - Business Law

  • ACCT 2105 - QuickBooks Accounting with Payroll

  • ACCT 2030 - Fundamentals of Income Tax Preparation

  • FIN 2020 - Consumer Finance or FIN 2030 - Money and Banking

  • Business electives

Administrative Management

  • BADM 2001 - Business Law

  • Business electives

Health Care Management

  • BADM 2001 - Business Law

  • HCM 2630 - Aging and Long-Term Care

  • HCM 2640 - Contracts and Negotiations in Health Care

  • HCM 2650 - Medical Law and Ethics

  • HCM 2601 - Fundamentals of Healthcare Management

  • English Composition (6 hours)

  • Mathematics (3 hours)

  • Natural Sciences (3 hours)

  • Social Sciences (3 hours)

  • General Education Pure Humanities that is not a speech (CMST) or a foreign language course (3 hours)


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