Business Management Certificate

PROGRAM CODE: 2C21256A

The Business Management Certificate is designed to prepare students for employment in a business capacity. The focus of the program is skill building in the areas of communication, decision-making, planning, organizing, and evaluating. Emphasis on problem solving, leadership, and critical thinking skills is stressed to prepare students for employment. A grade of C or better is required in each course taken. This certificate requires 31-34 units.

Required Courses (31-34 units):4
Select one course from the following (4 units):
Introduction to Personal Computers4
Introduction to Information Systems4
Select one course from the following (3-5 units):3-5
Accounting for Small Business3
Financial Accounting Principle3
Financial Accounting5
Select one course from the following (3 units):ect one course from the following (3 units):3
Business Communications3
Critical Reasoning and Writing for Business (formerly Writing for Business)3
Select one course from the following (3 units):3
Introduction to Business3
Principles of International Business3
Small Business Management3
Select one course from the following (3 units):3
Business Economics3
Business Finance3
Principles of Economics-Micro3
Select one course from the following (3 units):3
(See counselor for determination of correct course)
Legal Environment of Business3
Business Law I (formerly BUS 241AF)3
Select 3 courses from the following (9-10 units):9-10
Public Speaking for Business4
International Management3
Principles of Management3
Human Relations in Organizations (formerly Human Relations in Business)3
Principles of Supervision3
Human Resource Management3
Leadership and Business Ethics3
Select one course from the following (3 units):3
International Marketing3
Introduction to Marketing3
New Media Marketing3
Total Units31-34

Outcome 1: Identify the various marketing functions (product development, pricing, promotion, and distribution) and how organizations utilize  these to produce goods and services that satisfy the needs and wants of the consumer.

Outcome 2: Use a working vocabulary of business terminology.

Outcome 3: Identify basic computer concepts, terms and functions.

Outcome 4: Analyze a routine business request and respond with a written letter that illustrates good business writing skills.