Associate of Applied Science - Management
Yavapai College offers an Associate of Applied Science in Management. Earning the advanced education in management can give graduates the essential skills needed to excel in current positions or enter the competitive industry. Professionals capable of performing as leaders are essential to the success of many various types of organizations. The competitive field of business is highly dependent on the well-applied concepts of marketing and business skills that often come from a higher education in management. The important roles and responsibilities of managers span across almost all types of industry and have a common factor of leadership, communication, and effective resource allocation as the root of success.
The formal education earned from the AAS degree in Management is designed to enhance a student’s leadership skills for entry into the business market. The focused management curriculum should further develop the balance of improved communication and productivity within the many departments and individuals comprising a specific industry. Students may continue their education by concentrating in a specific area of management or use the degree for immediate entry into a career. Ideal candidates can use the education as project managers, hospitality professionals, human resource managers, and in the health care industry, among other areas and positions.
A blend of business courses are supplemented with the core management concepts to provide students a comprehensive foundation when applying theories to real situations. The management degree builds a professional students understanding of the strategic combination of planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling an organization. Graduates should have the skills and experiences to demonstrate the authority and responsibility to make decisions based on corporate standards and the best interest of all parties involved.
Delivery Format:100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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