Bookkeeping / Management / Small Business
Management and Supervision Small Business Management
One-Year Certificate Programs
The certificate programs in bookkeeping, management and supervision, and small business management serve the needs of students who are interested in beginning a business career.
Graduates with a certificate in bookkeeping are able to enter a business as an accounting clerk. The management and supervision and small business management certificates give graduates the skills to effectively manage a small business. Management theory, learning how to motivate employees, keeping accurate financial records and promoting a small business are a few of the major topics in the programs that provide students with a strong knowledge base and practical skills.
The goal of the program is to provide students with a solid foundation in business by enhancing written and oral communication skills, strengthening critical thinking abilities and helping students become familiar with business concepts.
Communication (6 hours minimum)
Speech and Written Communications
Basic Courses (3 hours minimum)
Management Information Systems
Bookkeeping (12 hours minimum)
Financial Accounting I and II
Federal Income Tax
Management & Supervision (12 hours minimum)
Human Resource Management
Total Quality Leadership
Small Business Management (12 hours minimum)
Management & Supervision
Coursework in the certificate program may apply toward an associate degree in a related area.
For Further Information
Debralee Divers, Director
Cheryl L. Chafee, Asst. Director
Cindy Miglietti Ph. D., Program Director
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