Program Overview

Through the Associate of Applied Science Management and Supervisory Development program, working professionals are able to to earn a degree and maintain credentials. The program gives working students the opportunity to apply previous experiences as credit towards the degree requirements.  Students may build on already learned concepts while enhancing their understanding of organizational methodologies, management techniques and project management tasks.  

Earning a formal education may solidify entry-level skills, and increase marketability in a very competitive job market.  Management skills are essential to the effective and efficient application of resources, capital, human resources, research and development, and conflict resolution.  Students should also increase their awareness of team building, project management, budgeting and technology innovations affecting many types of businesses, organizations, and institutions.  The ideal option may allow students to transfer up to 12 credit hours to the associate's program from current supervisory and project leading positions.    

The Management and Supervisory Development degree program should give graduates the skills and abilities to enhance current and future endeavors with the learned concepts needed to handle the diverse, ever-changing and increasingly international business market.  The strategic balance of professionalism, business ethics, social responsibility and managerial techniques will provide the solid foundation for any student to further their education at a four year college or university, pursuing additional management education or a related concentration.  Successful graduates may enter new positions with the confidence of leadership and the knowledge of modern technologies useful for productivity.

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    Program Details

    Degree Level: Associate

    Delivery Format: 100% Online

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    Accreditation & Licensing

    Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

    School Overview

    Initially founded in 1961 as an adult education program, Portland Community College is a public, two-year institution of higher education. Since its opening, Portland has expanded to include four campuses and eight academic centers that offer job training, specialized programs and a variety of transfer courses. Portland Community College operates with the mission to “advance the region’s long-term vitality by delivering accessible, quality education to support the academic, professional and personal development of the diverse students and communities it serves.”

    Portland Community College offers certificates and associate's degrees. Students desiring to participate in virtual coursework at PCC have a variety of options, including online degree programs, telecourses, teleweb (hybrid of telecourses and web-based courses), and interactive television classes. Online classes offer working adult students the necessary flexibility to complete assignments and learn in a manner that fits their busy schedules.

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