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School  of  Business
Management Management
Courses in the area of Management prepare the student as a manager who use, when needed, the appropriate concepts, tool and techniques essential for managing work and organizations, managing people, and managing production and operations no matter what an organization engages in.
Faculty

Bernal, Vilma - Professor

Dorsey, N - Instructor

Fujitani, D - Instructor

Rush, Cleveland - Associate Professor
Valarao, M - Instructor
Degrees & Certificates
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM: Associate in Arts - Management

The courses in this area of business prepare the student with the principles, basic concepts and applications underlying the management of business organizations. More specifically, the general management curriculum is for those students who want to analyze management problems and then solve them by applying relevant management theory; and to not only aspire to the middle management positions but also advance to a more responsible position of leadership in any organization.

In addition to the courses listed below for the Associate in Arts Degree, it is also designed to add breadth to the program by completing all recommended electives. Always consult a counselor for information on graduation requirements.

 
FIRST SEMESTER
UNITS
Bus 1 - Introduction to Business
3
Bus 31 - Business English
3
CAOT 82 - Microcomputer Software Survey
3
Graduation Requirements and Electives
6
 
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15
 
SECOND SEMESTER
UNITS
Acctg 1 - Introduction to Accounting 1
5
Business 32 - Business Communications
3
Mgmt 2 - Organization and management Theory
3
Mgmt 31 - Human relations for Employees
3
Graduation Requirements and Electives
4
 
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THIRD SEMESTER
UNITS
Business 5 - Business Law 1
3
Economics 1 - Principles of Economics I
3
Mgmt 13 - Small Business Management
3
Graduation Requirements and Electives
4
 
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13
FOURTH SEMESTER
UNITS
Finance 1 - Principles of Finance
3
Mgmt 48 - Managements Systems and Procedures
3
Marketing 21 - Principles of Marketing
3
Graduation Requirements and Electives
6
 
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15
 
RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES
Bus 15 - Business Statistics
CAOT I - Keyboarding I
Soc 11 - Ethnic and Racial Minorities in the United States  
Supervision I - Elements of Supervision


Small Business Management

The Small Business Management curriculum is designed to give the students an in-depth understanding and appreciation of how to start and manage a small business for growth. The student is oriented in practical applications of starting new ventures and or effectively applying practical concepts to an existing small business for long-term growth and survival. The curriculum is also designed to promote the entrepreneurial spirit and keep it alive.

Although the courses in this area of business offer an in-depth perspective of Small Business Management. It is highly recommended that the student complete all recommended electives. Always consult a counselor for information on graduation requirements.

Associate in Arts - Small Business Management
FIRST SEMESTER
UNITS
Bus 1 - Introduction to Business
3
Bus 31 - Business English
3
CAOT 82 - Microcomputer Software Survey
3
Graduation Requirements and Electives
6
 
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15
 
SECOND SEMESTER
UNITS
Acctg 21 - Bookkeeping and Accounting I
3
Business 32 - Business Communications
3
Mgmt 13 - Small Business management
3
Mgmt 31 - Human Relations for Employees
3
Graduation Requirements and Electives
3
 
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15
   
 
THIRD SEMESTER
UNITS
Acctg 22 - Bookkeeping and Accounting II
3
Finance 11 - Credits and Collections
3
Marketing 21 - Principles of Marketing
3
Graduation Requirements and Electives
6
 
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15
FOURTH SEMESTER
UNITS
Mgmt 48 - Management Systems and Procedures
3
Marketing 1 - Principles of Selling
3
Finance 31 - Insurance Principles
3
Graduation Requirements and Electives
9
 
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18
 
RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES
Accounting 15 - Tax Accounting 1
Business 5 - Business Law 1
Business 15 - Business Statistics  
Economics I - Principles of Economics I

Finance 17 - Analysis of Financial Statements  
CAOT I - Keyboarding I  
Sociology II - Ethnic & Racial Minorities in the U.S.  
Supervision I - Elements of Supervision  

RETAIL MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE
Required Courses
UNITS
Management 2 - Management and Organization Theory
3
Business 31 - Business English
3
CAOT 31 - Business English
3
Business 38 - Business Computations
3
Accounting 21 - Bookkeeping and Accounting
3
Marketing 21 - Principles of Marketing
3
Speech 101 - Oral Communication I
3

Management 33 - Personnel Management/Human Resource Management
or
Fam&CS 109 - Supervision and Management

3
Marketing 31 - Real Merchandising
3
Co Sci 401 - Introduction to Computers & Their Uses
or
Co Sci 430 - Microcomputer Applications I
or
CAOT 82 - Microcomputer Software Survey in the Office
3
 
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Course Schedules (Fall 2007)
Check back for the Fall schedule.
Course Descriptions
MANAGEMENT 002
MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION THEORY
(CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None.
Advisory: Business 1.
Lecture 3 hours.
This is a beginning course in theory and practice of management and organization. It gives a realistic account of what managers actually do and what they face. It presents various theories of management and organization. The functions of management, with special emphasis on foreign operations and future trends in management, are analyzed.
MANAGEMENT 013
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT I
(CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None.
Lecture 3 hours.
This course presents a systematic approach to startup and management of small business operations. It covers personnel evaluation, pre-ownership preparation, management and leadership, financing, location, taxation, records, employees, purchasing, advertising, sales and credit, and emphasizes adequate planning and preparation for success.
 
MANAGEMENT 031
HUMAN RELATIONS FOR EMPLOYEES
(CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None.
Lecture 3 hours.
Demonstrates the practical application of basic psychology in planning, conducting and evaluating conferences and interviews. Special emphasis on dynamics of counseling, interviewing and conference leading. Attention is given to individual and group attitudes in the occupational situation as they affect motivation, status and morale.
 
MANAGEMENT 033
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT/PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
(CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None.
Lecture 3 hours.
This course is designed for all those interested in people working within organizations. HRM helps managers to understand the environment of managing employees so that they are in a better position to utilize these valuable organizational resources.
 
DIRECTED STUDY 185

1 UNIT

CSU
Directed study on a contract basis under the supervision of an Instructor.
Credit limit: Maximum of 3 units may be taken for credit.
 
DIRECTED STUDY 285

2 UNIT

CSU
Directed study on a contract basis under the supervision of an Instructor.
Credit limit: Maximum of 3 units may be taken for credit.
 
DIRECTED STUDY 385

3 UNIT

CSU
Directed study on a contract basis under the supervision of an Instructor.
Credit limit: Maximum of 3 units may be taken for credit.
 
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 921

2 UNIT

CSU
Supervised training is conducted in the form of on-the-job training in an employment area that will enhance the student's educational goals.
Limits to transfer credit: See cooperative education credit guide.
 
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 931

3 UNIT

CSU
Supervised training is conducted in the form of on-the-job training in an employment area that will enhance the student's educational goals.
Limits to transfer credit: See cooperative education credit guide.
 
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 941

4 UNIT

CSU
Supervised training is conducted in the form of on-the-job training in an employment area that will enhance the student's educational goals.
Limits to transfer credit: See cooperative education credit guide.
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