The Management-Manager/Supervisor program prepares individuals to seek employment or advancement in business, industry, government or service organizations. The Manager-Supervisor program develops the cognitive, problem solving, human relations, and technological skills that are necessary in operating the new design system for today’s global economy. This program has been articulated with some area high schools. Recent high school graduates may have earned credit in this program through high school coursework. Refer to page 31 for more information.
The mission of the Manager/Supervisor program at South Suburban College is to meet the needs of individuals to effectively function within a modern business environment, as it relates to understanding positions in the field of supervisor or manager. Students are also able to prepare for program specific certifications.
Our vision is to provide students with a clear understanding of communication, human relations, critical thinking and problem solving skills required to effectively supervise/manage within the business environment. Student will be better prepared to enter into a four year university or increase their job opportunities.
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
Through quality instruction from faculty and input from the Advisory Board Committee, the following goals have been established for students in the Management Program:
- understand the principles of management involved in managing people, products, and/or services.
- develop interpersonal and human relations skills required to interact and motivate staff for positive business outcomes.
- develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills directly related to positions in management.
- gain valuable on-the-job work experience in the field of supervisor/manager by completing an internship within a professional office environment.
|Overview for College Success||Credits|
|Overview for College Success (OCS 121) is a class that will help you plan and assist you in becoming a better student and support you in your work/life balance. OCS 121 credit is not calculated in the course minimum credit totals listed in this section.|
|OCS 121||Overview for College Success||1|
|BUS 108||Introduction to Business||3|
|ENG 101||Composition & Rhetoric||3|
|SPE 108||Oral Communication||3|
|BUS 105||Business Mathematics||3|
|ECO 201||Principles of Economics, Macro||3|
Introduction to Psychology