The Management Program is designed to provide the student with the knowledge, theory and techniques of management in both private and public organizations. Upon completion, students will be prepared for an entry-level management position, advancement in their current position, or transfer to a four-year program. Students who successfully complete their A.S. in Management at Capital Community College can take advantage of guaranteed admissions to the University of Connecticut Tri-Campus, Central Connecticut State University’s School of Business or University of Saint Joseph. The requirements for each program can be found under the “Transfer Opportunities at Capital” section.
The Entrepreneurship Option is designed to provide the student with the knowledge, theory and practical skills needed for entry-level management positions, advancement in a current position or starting a small business.
Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will:
1. Demonstrate basic knowledge of management, human resources, marketing, accounting, business law and CIS in a management position or business ownership.
2. Organize thoughts and ideas and communicate, using proper business writing techniques as well as verbal presentation skills, in a manner that can be easily understood in the business environment.
3. Demonstrate a responsible attitude in relationships with employers, fellow employees, teams and the internal and external organizational influences.
4. Solve mathematical problems related to various aspects of management including accounting and other phases of business ownership.
5. Understand and practice the four managerial functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling, as well as the nature and responsibilities of the changing roles of managers.
6. Develop an understanding of the decision-making process and demonstrate effective, ethical and legal decision-making.
7. Have a working knowledge of marketing plans, including target markets, segmentation, sales, advertising, promotions and public relations.
8. Demonstrate an ability to define management problems, examine alternatives and decide on the best course of action.
9. Develop a personal philosophy of management, in order to perform as a manager, coach, leader, or business owner.
10. Develop an understanding of the nature of change, how to manage change and how to adapt to the accelerating global environment.
11. Demonstrate an understanding of the competitive pressures brought by effectiveness, efficiency and innovation issues on organizations.
12. Have the ability to interpret and choose the appropriate follow-up on management information from various sources such as financial statements, annual reports and publications.
13. Understand the importance of proper customer service techniques in order to be competitive in today’s local and global marketplaces.
14. Demonstrate interpersonal skills, such as teamwork, problem-solving, conflict resolution, leadership, motivation, cultural diversity and communication that are required in the work place.
15. Understand the historical foundations of management and the evolution of the “new” workplace and the “new” manager, now known as a “coach”.
16. Apply critical thinking and creativity in solving business problems.
17. Understand the necessity of effective business plans.
18. Train employees in proper customer service techniques.
19. Apply what they have learned during their internships to “real” job situations
FIRST SEMESTER (16 Credits)
|Introduction to Software Applications OR
Introduction to Computers
|† ACC* 115||Principles of Financial Accounting||4|
|BMG* 202||Principles of Management||3|
|† ENG* 101||Composition||3|
|† MAT* ____||Mathematics Elective||3|
SECOND SEMESTER (16 Credits)
|† ACC* 117||Principles of Managerial Accounting||4|
|† BBG* 234||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|BMK* 201||Principles of Marketing||3|
|† ENG* 102||Composition and Literature||3|
|† MAT* ___||Mathematics Elective||3|
THIRD SEMESTER (15 Credits)
|‡ BMG* 220||Human Resources Management||3|
|† ECN* 101||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|‡ BOT* 201/BBG* 210||Business Communications||3|
|___ ___||Humanities Elective||3|
|PSY* 111||General Psychology I||3|
FOURTH SEMESTER (15 Credits)
|† BFN* 201
† BBG* 236
† BBG* 232
|Managerial Finance OR
Commercial Law OR
Business Law II
|† ECN* 102||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|† BES* 118||Small Business Management||3|
|BBG* 294||Business Internship||3|
|___ ___||Fine Arts Elective||3|
|The symbol (†) indicates a prerequisite needs to be met|